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Old September 20th, 2009, 06:30 PM   #1
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looking at building a 318 [just what i have and limited $$] and im looking at finding out weaknesses, etc. of certain motor components and other things. Looking at picking up a performance book or two, but wouldnt mind having some forums to look at if possible. thanks
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Old October 21st, 2009, 12:22 AM   #2
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318 is a good motor best thing to do is pick up a set of 88 or newer set of heads they will help make a little more power. they really dont have a weak spot. check out ramchargercentral.com great place for any info you could ever need on dodge's
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sweet. ive looked on there here and there and havent really came up w/ much of what i was looking for, but ill keep looking around. my buddy thats putting my motor toghether was wondering what kind of rpm's the stock bottom end could handle and stuff, he never really has messed w/ mopar
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http://www.allpar.com/mopar/4bbl.html
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I have a set of the 302 casting heads they came on later 318 86' and later they will raise the compression up. If you are interested they are complete minus rockers.
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