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79 Trans Am mid way through engine install

installing a rebuilt 403 olds with 350 olds heads and a big cam


 


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Can 403's be fast, some of you were wondering,read specs on comment page
Our Firebird from many years ago 1980 403 Olds 3800# no driver Edelbrock RPM Cam & Intake 850 Holley DP-- 1 5/8" Headers 1969 350 heads for a 9.5-1 compression ratio 400 trans--4.11 gear ratio





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