wow thats a beautiful ride, and it sounds just like my friends 73. everytime we grill out at his place, he turns it on just to run it around the block. last time he ran it it went 11.40 in the 1/4 , he went sideways off the line. i bet yours runs sweet.
post a list of parts and engine specs used in the corvettes 383 combo?
heads, brand, port size combustion chamber?
others may choose to duplicate your success
BTW any 1/4 mile times or dyno numbers??
Block: 010 , +.060", decked to 9.015"
Heads: Trick Flow 64cc/195 cc #TFS-30400003-CNC
Headgasket: Mr Gasket 0.028 (quench dist 0.043") #MRG-1134
Pistons: Probe SRS 11.3 comp, forged for 6" rod, #12337-060
Rings: Perfect Circle plasma/moly #315-0033.065
Rods: Manley streetmaster 6" forged (weight matched to pistons)
Crank: Eagle ESP cast int balanced (rebalanced) #103503750I
Camshaft: CC Advertised Duration 280/ 286, Lift .570/ .576 #CCA-12-771-8
Manifold: Performance Products Typhoon (same as RPM, but will fit under my hood, matchported) #52020
Carb: Holley 650 dp with milled choke horn, #HLY-0-4777C
Lifters: CC Super roller #CCA-818-16
Roller rockers: Crane #CRN-11745-16
Push rods: CC Hi-Tech length 7.700" #CCA-7963-15
Timing kit: Cloyes Hex-A-Just #CLO-9-3100A
And a looooot of work.......
Most of the # are from Summit.
Have I forgot something.........?
No dyno no / ET's.
Just calculated the hp/torque with Desktop Dyno.
I will take it to the track later this summer.
ET will not be to good, as I don't have the grip, just spinning and spinning and......