350 performance parts and services

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  1. alec296

    alec296 i need another buick

  2. alec296

    alec296 i need another buick

    NEW Lunati Voodoo cams
    Number Name
    67000
    Duration @ .050 IN/EX: 207/213; Lift IN/EX: .451"/.470"; LSA / ICL: 112/108; RPM Range: 10005200
    Hydraulic; The best torque cam for 350 applications. Expect strong low to mid range horsepower and torque gains. Excellent for RV type vehicles, pleasure boats or towing applications. Good idle!
    67000LK
    Duration @ .050 IN/EX: 207/213; Lift IN/EX: .451"/.470"; LSA / ICL: 112/108; RPM Range: 10005200 (w/ lifters)
    Hydraulic; The best torque cam for 350 applications. Expect strong low to mid range horsepower and torque gains. Excellent for RV type vehicles, pleasure boats or towing applications. Good idle!
    67001
    Duration @ .050 IN/EX: 213/219; Lift IN/EX: .470"/.484"; LSA / ICL: 112/108; RPM Range: 13005500
    Hydraulic; The best choice for 350 c.i. daily driven street performance vehicle. Good torque and horsepower production with heavier emphasis on the low to mid range. Will work with A/C, power brakes and stock converter. Fair idle!
    67001LK
    Duration @ .050 IN/EX: 213/219; Lift IN/EX: .470"/.484"; LSA / ICL: 112/108; RPM Range: 13005500 (w/ lifters)
    Hydraulic; The best choice for 350 c.i. daily driven street performance vehicle. Good torque and horsepower production with heavier emphasis on the low to mid range. Will work with A/C, power brakes and stock converter. Fair idle!
    67002
    Duration @ .050 IN/EX: 219/227; Lift IN/EX: .484"/.505"; LSA / ICL: 112/108; RPM Range: 16005800
    Hydraulic; High performance street/strip cam for 350 c.i. Excellent camshaft for cruise night vehicle. Will need 9:19:5 compression ratio. Needs 2200 stall speed converter with 3.233.42 rear gears. Cam has a very choppy idle!
    67002LK
    Duration @ .050 IN/EX: 219/227; Lift IN/EX: .484"/.505"; LSA / ICL: 112/108; RPM Range: 16005800 (w/ lifters)
    Hydraulic; High performance street/strip cam for 350 c.i. Excellent camshaft for cruise night vehicle. Will need 9:19:5 compression ratio. Needs 2200 stall speed converter with 3.233.42 rear gears. Cam has a very choppy idle!
    67003
    Duration @ .050 IN/EX: 227/233; Lift IN/EX: .505"/.521"; LSA / ICL: 110/106; RPM Range: 20006000
    Hydraulic; "Hot street" or bracket cam for 350 engines. Will need 9.510.1 compression, 25002800 stall speed converter and 3.423.73 gears with good induction and exhaust. Likes up to 200 HP nitrous. Cam has a very rough idle quality!
    67003LK
    Duration @ .050 IN/EX: 227/233; Lift IN/EX: .505"/.521"; LSA / ICL: 110/106; RPM Range: 20006000 (w/ lifters)
    Hydraulic; "Hot street" or bracket cam for 350 engines. Will need 9.510.1 compression, 25002800 stall speed converter and 3.423.73 gears with good induction and exhaust. Likes up to 200 HP nitrous. Cam has a very rough idle quality!
    www.holley.com/types/Buick 350 - Hydraulic.asp
     
  3. Nothingface5384

    Nothingface5384 Detail To Oil - Car Care

    updated again, added 36-1 trigger wheel, MLS head gaskets, and marks service to fit chevy roller rockers!
     
  4. Nothingface5384

    Nothingface5384 Detail To Oil - Car Care

    updated again
     
  5. tt_skylark

    tt_skylark Well-Known Member

    Can you tell me any info about the wiseco pistons, maybe some part # thanks for all the help guy's!
     
  6. Nothingface5384

    Nothingface5384 Detail To Oil - Car Care

    hm.. i need to update this with more direct thinks and might add a few more helpful things that should lead to less new threads about common questions!
     
  7. Nothingface5384

    Nothingface5384 Detail To Oil - Car Care

    typical mild buick 350 build:


    aftermarket 750 cfm carb(stay away from BG) or 750/modded 800 q-jet

    1inch to 2 in carb spacer

    stock 4v instake swap or aluminum poston/ta intake(weight savings)

    recurved hei/points distributor

    bigger TA valves,

    optional ported heads/gasket match

    cam choice TA 212, poston 110-114 camshaft

    8.5-9.5 or even 10.1 cr pistons

    poston/ta/hooker headers mated to 2.5 dual exhaust

    typical supporting mods

    3.08-3.73 gears (any gear brand other then richmond)

    tire size ranging from 245-60/295-50 and 275-60 15s on atleast 15x8 rim

    eaton posi

    2400-2800 stall torque converter(coan is a great choice)
    t
    rans-go shift kit part time manual/auto version



    any combination of this should yeild around 200-250 rwhpand 15s to 14.5 in the quarter.

    actual results will very on youre actual specfic combo and the altitude of where youre racing :bla:
     
  8. 87GN@Tahoe

    87GN@Tahoe Well-Known Member

  9. Terbronco7

    Terbronco7 Member

    I want to add the T/A stage 1 intake and a cam and lifter set up to my stock 350. Do I need any head work or will the stock heads be fine?
     
  10. Nothingface5384

    Nothingface5384 Detail To Oil - Car Care

    I'm sure you already figured this out but no you don't need head work...just a perfect opportunity if you have the cash..future reference for all that didn't know.
     
  11. Extended Power

    Extended Power Well-Known Member

    Picked up a complete 350/350 combo.
    My son wants to do a build on it this winter.
    Its his car, and he wants a monster...something that scares old ladies off the street, and makes women pull their kids back inside the house until he's past...

    Raunchy,...lumpity, lumpity, lumpity cam.
    Blow the tires off with a mash of the go pedal...

    What do we need for a parts list?
    Will the TA SP3 intake with 850 double pumper work ok?
    Just how much compression? 11:1?
    Valve sizes requirements?
    Looking for a 4 core aluminum rad...any idea or links?

    This is his "Look at me" car...only really drives it in town...cruising around...no long trips.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  12. alec296

    alec296 i need another buick

    11 to 1 will require pump gas. or go 12 to 1 and run e85 if that's available near you. get a custom ground cam from scott brown(buyracingparts.com) or go roller. your going to need to cram the biggest valves you can and port heads to maximum,1.92/1.55 are available. . your going to need proper rear gearing. proper trans setup/convertor size.
    consider a big bore setup. sonic test block for size of pistons. .100 overbore would bump cubes up almost 20 extra.
     
  13. sean Buick 76

    sean Buick 76 Buick Nut

    8:1 and turbocharged is the way to go.
     
  14. alec296

    alec296 i need another buick

    No raunchy lumpity lumpity cam for that.
     
  15. Fox's Den

    Fox's Den 27 years of racing the same 355 Buick motor

    Except for one problem... it still blows head gaskets and has not made a good run yet.

    The 11.1 comp should work may need some race gas for a little extra octane. I run 5 gal with 15 gal of 93.

    The SP3 with a Holley will work fine. I like a double pump myself.

    Port the heads out, put in larger valves.

    use a 3000 stall, 373 -411 gears, if you do the 200r4 trans you can go to the 411 gears.

    mine has been reliable for 20+ years

    cam some where in the 230-255 range and 510 lift or more if you like, mine is a 230-245 @50 510 lift 116 lsa Lunati
    Pick the one you like, whether it is a TA cam which no one seems to like for some reason, or a Crower cam which look good Level 4 sounds good, or the Scott Brown cams that a few people like here too.

    I would do the roller cam now eliminate the lifter problems with the old school cams so there it has to be custom.

    You will hear arguments all day long on all of this so do what you feel is best with the information given. Which is usually the case here.
     
  16. Buick#455

    Buick#455 Well-Known Member

    ^ Always got to get a Dig in......
    Give it a break already, your negativity is not needed here
     
  17. Extended Power

    Extended Power Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the info guys!
    Will be porting the heads for sure.

    For sure items:

    T/A SP-3 intake
    Holley 750 or 850 double pumper
    T/A headers
    1.92" and 1.55" valves

    Are the roller rocker mod kits still available? (Using the small or big block Chevy rockers)

    Good company for the Pistons/rings? (Anyone use gap-less?)

    We want to get away from the points distributor...should we just order a T/A HEI unit?
     
  18. alec296

    alec296 i need another buick

    You can get a pertonix or other conversion that uses your distributer or even let points trigger an msd box. Check buyracingparts.com for pistons . they have custom head gaskets also for big bores. Can do custom cams also.
     
  19. Nothingface5384

    Nothingface5384 Detail To Oil - Car Care

    I can sell you a chevy roller rocker stud plate with chevy scorpion roller rockers 1.6 ratio
    If you want to go that route
    I also have a programmable billet msd distribitor
     
  20. Extended Power

    Extended Power Well-Known Member


    If we wanna go that route? Is there a problem or issue with installing this type of roller rockers on the sbb?
    We. are very new to the Buick scene, and any info that would save headaches is very much appreciated.

    Had a look at the Crower site.
    The stage 4 sounds like the cam for it, as the transmission we have already has a 22-2500 stall. (May have to upgrade to a 3000 while the engine is out, just to save the bottom end response.)

    If we were to go with a roller cam...any suggestions?
     

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