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Thread: Anybody running a Blueprint Pro Series SBC 427?

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    Default Anybody running a Blueprint Pro Series SBC 427?

    It might be a longshot that anybody reading this has a Blueprint Engines SBC 427, but I figured it doesn’t hurt to ask. I have it on order and was looking to see if somebody already has a good running GCF to share? I’m using the regular Sniper with the dual sync distributor.

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    I run a Dart SBC 437 currently upgrading actually to a 440. Where do you live? Elevation & stuff matters a lot when swapping tunes. I tried one from a guy here in Colorado, was way off. I'm in California at sea level.

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    I live in Missouri. Yeah, big elevation change will make a difference. I'll be firing it up for the first time today and IÂ’ll probably just start with my Config File for the 383 and let it tune from there. I'll be running this engine leaner than the 383 so it might be a good starting point anyways. Oh, IÂ’ve had the Sniper installed on a 383 for two years.

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