Join Date: Jun 2010
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you can easily make 500 hp on a stock block 302... it's been done a million times+1
decent aluminum heads, moderate cam, and a decent intake
Add 10-15 lbs of boost to taste
Solid tune and fuel mods
Can you elaborate on what you mean by "solid tune". Are we just talking about timing and fuel pressure adjustments on 60 pound injectors or are we talking about software changes and computer components beyond EEC-IV?
I'm about to get a B&G kit for a 1993 5.0, to be done in my garage. Just trying to see what I'm getting myself into. I keep finding on the web that 400-500 hp can be reached on the stock computer, but I'm kinda wondering if that's a bad idea.
I think he is talking about a piggy back tuner like a Moates QuarterHorse, or Tweecer R/T, or Anderson PMS.
I'd be carfull if you are putting boost to a stock 93 short block. They had factory hyperutetic pistons. Not know for holding alot of boost!
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