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Old 03-25-2012, 11:55 AM   #1
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Hey, I'm gonna be doing a complete rebuild on my 95 5.0. I decided to get the trick flow top end kit. What should I get for the low end. While at the machine shop it will be bored to a 306. Thanks
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Hey, I'm gonna be doing a complete rebuild on my 95 5.0. I decided to get the trick flow top end kit. What should I get for the low end. While at the machine shop it will be bored to a 306. Thanks
If you have the money , get a stroker kit 327,33-,347!!
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It's my daily driver so I need to be reliable too.
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[QUOTE="Napoleon"]It's my daily driver so I need to be reliable too.[/

Are you gonna add a power adder in the future?
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No it's gonna stay N/A
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A 327 will still be reliable.
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A 327 or a 331 will be reliable and not too bad on gas.
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Either way do you know of a good kit or brand?
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Awesome thanks
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