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post #1 of 13 Old 02-18-2009, 09:25 PM Thread Starter
 
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I was wondering how much power i could add with hooker headers(ceramic coated) to an edelbrok crate engine


oppss sorry
i didnt realize i didnt say what engine
its a 350 pretty well stock with 350 horse

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post #2 of 13 Old 02-18-2009, 09:34 PM
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Well What Size Engine? Specs?
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1,500 HP easily with nothing but bolt ons.

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1,500 HP easily with nothing but bolt ons.



gdcod, you'll need to provide more information if you want a more realistic reply.

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I'm going to say 15hp without knowing what you are really talking about.

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I'm going to say 15hp without knowing what you are really talking about.
I agree...but I think more like 16hp is likely. Hookers are always good for horsepower.

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I agree...but I think more like 16hp is likely. Hookers are always good for horsepower.

But once again, your post didn't come with the super decoder ring.
16hp only with the application of the sticker.


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As long as they're long tubes, probably 10-20 HP.
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I was thinking 12 1/3.

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