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  • Blown Stock 350?

    I just bought a Weiand 6-71. I would like to bolt on to my rebuilt stock 350 it has 8.5:1 with mild cam. I just want the looks, sound and slight performance out of it. Can it be done?

  • #2
    Yes, but depending on how "mild" your camshaft is (increased dynamic compression ratio)
    how strong your "stock 350" engine is, you may be limited to lower boost levels. (Weiand Supercharger Tech Info)
    May God's grace bless you in the Lord Jesus Christ.
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    • #3
      It will be A "blown" 350 pretty soon. It is doable, but you're asking for trouble. By the time you invest in everything needed to get a 6-71 to run well at low boost levels, a better bottom end would be peanuts in order to allow for higher boost levels.