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Buick 350 on test bench

This is a fresh rebuilt Buick 350 runnin' on my test bench.. Got 9.8:1 compression (Speed Pro hypers & moly), rebuilt heads with good portjob, 470/470 lift cam, Poston aluminium Intake, 600cfm Holley, 1968 1.6:1 aluminium rocker arms, modified oil passages, timing cover and filter housing, oil balance tube on rear side, crooved cam bores in block, double roller.....and so on. Let it run for more than 30min. with 2500rpm's to get it REALLY HOT (more than 100°C!), and to have a look on the oil pressure when running such high temps...with 15-40 standard mineral based oil..OF COURSE! Huhh...32psi..at roughly 650 rpm's..did you expect this? I DID!! Get your hands dirty and rebuild your good old Buick engine!! HE IS WORTH IT!! NOTHING pulls lika Buick engine!!


 


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