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Some preliminary shots of my rig.
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'72 340 SB engine. 400HP in rear. Lifted 4" on 35x12.5x15 BFG Mud Terrain T/A's and MT rims, wheel wells cut, folded and welded to allow for the larger wheel base. Comp cam, lifters and springs, MSD Ignition and Blaster, billet MSD distributor, K&N air cleaner, old style acid washed/rebuilt 625 CFM Carter AFB 4bbl carb, Weiand Stealth hi-rise manifold, electric and original fuel pumps, Mickey Thompson high compression valve covers, Hooker Super Comp headers, true dual 3 inch Flowmaster exhaust, Deep sump oil pan, Superwinch hubs, 727 tranny with Shift Kit, Dana 60 rear, Dana 44 front axles, ATI Super Damper, Warn M12000 electric winch, Warn Enforcer bumpers front and rear with front halogen fogs, snowplow equipment installations, Grant Signature Series steering wheel and tilt column, dual KC lights on custom rollbar, Sunroof, sliding rear glass, Alpine reciever/600 Watt amp on Pioneer/Sony 1K W speaks.





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Thanks for looking.
 

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I dont see nothin but red x's :p
 

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Finally got around to correcting those image links lol
 

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Thanks bro!

  Gotta luv that bad boy 440 you got tho.    :eek:

  I finally got to take it out for awhile this summer after getting an emissions waiver for the season.    ::)  :p
 

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Hey thanks!

I have two different cams. Right now what's in there is grind CRS 260AH-8 (20-306-4). Here's the spec sheet;

http://www.compcams.com/Technical/Search/CamDetails.asp?PartNumber=20-306-4

It's a pretty mild cam, and what Comp recommended for a somewhat "daily driver" at least in summers. Lifters and springs to go with the grind (822-16 & 901-16). I have another, new, 20-232-4, spec sheet;

http://www.compcams.com/Technical/Search/CamDetails.asp?PartNumber=20-232-4

I'm to assume that for a regularly driven vehicle during summer months I'm actually better off with the cam that's in there for longevity?

Thanks again.
 

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Good numbers on that.  I'm assuming you are building on a 360?  That would be a slightly aggressive cam. 

  Anyway, good luck with your project!  Any pics?

  Far as sounding good, they are OK, the power is more than expected so no complaints with the grind or Comp..  But I crave a more aggressive cam.  But I don't have the time it takes for the maintenance involved with one.  I just need this thing to be relibale, not to race (even though a good mud race is fun once in awhile)  :p

 
 
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