I have come up against a wall the last time I pulled the engine down I put in a 225/234 with 112 lobe separation cam, ported polished stock heads, 54 mm throttle body, 30 pound injectors, trans rebuild, msd opti. The 4000 stall went out the next day so I put in a 3500 that is much more street friendly with no overdrive [Turbo 350] Well was I disappointed the car bogged off the line and I have not been able to match my previous best of 12.3. on a 100 shot of spray.The cam has moved the power curve up from 5800 to 6500 it really feels strong but it doesn't show on the time slips. I have been looking at motor builds and think the heads are the week link. I would like to get it right the next time. I know some of you guys have been through this, I am a do it yourselfer cause the money tree has been a little thin lately. Will aftermarket heads make a huge difference or maybe a stage 2 or 3 headwork job. Either option is expensive.
I also have a 9" for rear to go in with a 411 when I get time to put it in. That should help get the 60' down.Any expert advice would be appreciated.
__________________ 94 Camaro Forged 383 Stage III heads, 5.05/5.30 Isky cam,1.6 roller rockers, 52 MM.throttle body,60# injectors, MSD ignition and wires, Sub frame connectors,3500 stall converter,Turbo 350 with full manual shift reverse patern,Trans brake 9" ford with full spool, adjustable torque arm and panhard bar,adjustable lower control arms, 88mm Garrett Turbo, elderbrock headers, line locks . 325-50-15 BFG' SS Cowl hood.