"High Boost" Plug Wires
What makes a block a stage II block?
I agree- no need to get involved in extra machine work, and hard-to-find parts, if you just want the power. The Stage II would be nice to have, though, if you don't mind the extra $$, and would be more "bullet proof" than the stock block.TurboBuickSix said:The stock block can handle that type of horsepower no need for a stage if your HP is going to be 500 IMO.
blackgn1 said:When getting started, keep standard bore? What type of crank, rods, pistons when shottin for 400-500 horsepower. How about main bearings, rod bearings. Thanks for getting me educated guys!!!!!!!!!!
blackgn1 said:I have only been a member of this site for a very short time and learning alot of facts quick. Thanks everyone for the help. Whats a good tranmission for 500 horse power?
I had mine done by Don Wang out in Southern CA when I was living in San Diego. He used some good clutches that he's familiar with, and several of the hard parts were replaced with Bruce Toelle (performance transmisions of Sacramento) billet parts.blackgn1 said:Turbo Dave, noticed you live in Tennessee. Who did your transmission work?