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L89 V2.0

The engine recipe: Dart Big M block, Dart 275cc Pro-1 heads, Eagle crank and rods, JE Pistons, Weiand Stealth Dual Plane manifold, Holley 750cfm HP carb, MSD Digital E-Curve Distributor, and a Big Mutha' Thumpr cam from COMP Cams. The results: It made 507 hp at 6000 rpm and 471 lb-ft at 4100 rpm on Speed-O-Motive's engine dyno. See the entire build in the January issue of Super Chevy on sale 11/16/10.

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