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Old 08-24-2005, 07:00   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all I am just wondering what i should buy for my 351 clevo.For starters I am only on first year aprrentice wages and i am wanting to hot up my stock 351 cleveland. So far it is a 351 clevo fmx auto pacemaker headers and twin 2.5'' exhaust system.Any help muchly appreciated!
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Theres heaps you can do just read all the threads in the cleveland section once you've finished im sure you'l no what you want and how it all works.
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you would think after 30 odd years there would be many tried n tested recipies to simply bolt together that work
theres so many combinations available it is confusing
i meen you can go to mopar sites and they will say do this thisc and this use that and that and you will get x amount of hp and x amount of tq if you swap in this and you will get .........etc etc
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Old 08-24-2005, 16:34   #4 (permalink)
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If the engines in reasonable condition, then go for a cam change. Something that suits your transmission and cyl heads. A cam and lifter change will give you a definate lift in performance and add some lope to your idle.
You will need to check cam specs with a few cam manufacturers to keep things working as a unit.

Good experience for you as well, take your time dialling it in.
Plenty of people here will help you if you need advice on how to go about it.

Good luck.
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