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Looks like im going rebuild my 75 302. But i need some help.

Heres what i know

Im going with a holley 600 carb 80457S

RPM Air Gap Intake

AFR 165's (So i can use the stock pistons)

Hooker Super Comp headers 6110

New bearings and rings

Melling standard Oil pump

2.5" exhaust with H-Pipe

Spintech mufflers


I need advise on Compression.
I have a felpro gasket kit, a tall 75 mexican block

What will my static compression be with 58cc AFR 165 heads and the stock pistons?

I need a Mechical Fuel pump recommendation and

I need a Timing Set recommendation?


Thanks
Any help is appreciated.

tim

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Need to know the cc's of the piston, head gasket thickness, how far the piston is in the hole etc. Once you know those figures use this http://sbftech.com/index.php/topic,93.0.html

copy and paste the above, as for the pump, carter makes a pump that will support you no problem. Run a cloyes true roller timing chain set.

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Pistons measured at - 12 cc
and 0.028" in the hole.
Fel-pro 1011-1 are .041

with 58 cc heads thats 9.51 CR but with a .069" quench.

Would it be better to mill the deck to say go 0.10 in the hole and go with 62 cc heads which would be 9.48 CR with a .051 quench?

I dont want any valve/piston issues where i need to flycut or buy new pistons.

Thanks
tim
 
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