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I have a big 351-C 4v with hooker headers, edlebrock intake manifold, and a Holley Carb.[ i don't know the spec's on them] and would like to know what the horsepower would be roughly. I don't really know that much about where the range would be but i have been told around 200-250 HP.

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Dude... if i could figure out what models my carb., headers, and manifolds are i'm sure i could just add them together using your horsepower... If Cleveland, Ohio had a dyno near by, i'd just go, but to my knowledge there is none..

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there is quite a bit to concider, what carb? intake? cam? compression ratio? closed chamber or open chamber heads? exhaust? wear and tear on motor? If you are wanting know back wheel hp, what trans?

best bet, find out your best 1/4 time, and weight of your car, and use the hp calculator on this site.

Or get out of Ohio, go on road trip with that Torino and fill that need for women, and find a dyno along the way.......

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'56 F-100, '72 Torino Clip, 351C + .030,
4V closed chamber
750 Holley, Performer intake
RV cam, built C6, 9" rear and a whole lot of cool.....................
 
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