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    84Monte is offline CHR Member Visit my Photo Gallery
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    267 or 305?

     



    I found a sbc 305 for $50!! It has everything it needs except for intake manifold. Bone stock. I was planning on using a 267 sbc I have but found this 305. So which would you guys think would be the better choice?

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    If you're doing a budget build, then you may have found the answer... If you have some other uses for the car, like high performance uses. Then save your pennies and maybe find a 350?

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    Cubes = power.

    Snag a cheap edelbrock performer manifold and headders, they will still work if you upgrade to a 350 later on.
    Unless you know for sure the condition, you would be well advised to take a peek inside.
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    Education is expensive. Keep that in mind, and you'll never be terribly upset when a project goes awry.
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    Wait, and get yourself a real motor... Hahaha.
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