1963 chevy 283 fuelie
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At 1:01pm on May 29, 2013, Ken Rogers said…

Sorry for the delay in replying, fuelie. My Elky came from the factory with the 325 hp version of the 396. However, a bit of motor magic has transformed her into a more respectable 422 HP......................Ken

At 9:30pm on December 16, 2012, Gregory C Gladfelder Sr said…

Thanks.  Finally got it finished after 3-1/2 year restoration from buckets and crates.

At 8:09pm on November 11, 2012, Bill Wilkens said…

Switching to dual quad for next summer and other stuff!

At 10:49am on August 4, 2011, Ken Rogers said…
It's actually a '68. Factory rated at 325 HP but now estimated at around 400. She does "real" good!................Ken
At 7:25pm on July 27, 2011, Sean Guthrie said…
71. thanks
At 12:15pm on June 22, 2011, patrick (pinky) said…
help save the car's..( funny )
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At 2:44pm on June 18, 2011, Ken Rogers said…
It's a '68. It came out with the mild version, but it is somewhat wilder now - approx. 400 HP. Runs very well for a classic. If you're interested, Go to the MuscleCar home page where you can view past shows. Select the Blue Collar Buick Tail Light show, and my Elky was the feature car on that TV show.
At 2:29pm on June 9, 2011, RELIXSTYLZ said…
Thanks for the request! Your page is koooo how did you get a music player on your page? Dats ill!
At 3:39pm on May 24, 2011, mark david tucker said…
head getting closer(rocker assy) well that would be a shorter pushrod.if it has the correct length now,I kinda depends on how much is removed and what cam & valve train you have.
At 9:18am on May 24, 2011, mark david tucker said…
you can use the big bore heads on most small bore blocks but that usualy leads to detonation&lower cr witch =less power& torque.it,s best to stay with heads made for the same bore.hp 305's would work but they got the bolts in the ends and dont look like th old stuff.if you have some of the old heads just rebuild them,bronze liners,stainless biger valves,pocket work to match the valves,harder ex seats may be nessary,I have hardened seats with acetylene torch before, but thats kinda tuchey & would not recomend it., good luck and have fun,dont get hurt having too much fun(thats when you get cought)

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