Sure, engine isnt built yet but with what I have the specs are as follows.
306 CID roller short block
AFR 165 Renegade 58cc cylinder heads 1.90"/1.60" valves with 7/16" studs
Performer intake manifold
Divided phenolic 1" spacer
Crane truckmax hydraulic roller cam : 216*/224* @ 0.050" lift, 0.520"/0.542" lift, 112* LSA, 107* ICL, 117* ECL, 1400 to 5400 rpm 6000 rpm redline 2400 to 3000 cruise.
600 cm summit vacuum secondary 4V carb with Holley quick change secondary kit
1.6:1 Scorpion Racing roller rockers 7/16" stud
Hedman short street headers for 86 to 96 f series trucks
Jegs off road Ypipe 2 1/2"
Intermediate pipe 2 1/2" with reducer to 2 1/4"
Magnaflow XL 3chamber 6" round muffler in 2 1/4"
Stock 2 1/4" mandrel bent tail pipe.
This is going in a truck that will be driven daily but may or may not see towing.
Transmission is a C6 that is stock but after I do the engine the trans will be pulled for a overhaul and upgraded with a wide ratio plantary gear set, kevlar bands, and what ever else it needs to improve dependability. I also want to install a rv/tow shift kit and find someone that can play with the C6 governor to get it to shift at wide open throttle at 5000 to 5500 rpm. Will be running I believe it is a XTM tow converter from Hughes that they recommended to me.
Based off how much slip I have that will determine if I change my axle ratio to 3.00:1 or 3.25:1. I hope I am able to run the 3.25:1 since I am running 31x10.50-15 AT tires.
My main goal by time I am finished is for the truck to run 65 to 75 mph between 2400 to 3,000 rpm for highway cruising if at all is possible. I also want the truck to perform better than it does now with its smog laden 135hp rated 302. I also would like to raise fuel economy over what the truck gets now which is 12 mpg city. Would like to get the truck to get around 14 mpg city and around 19 to 20 mpg highway. I think highway is around 15 and 16 mpg currently but that could be compounded by a worn out c6 and 2.75:1 stock gears with 31" tires.
Last edited by Rusty_S85; 08-21-2019 at 03:04 PM.