i am dyslexic proof reading is useless to me as i will alwys read the word intended and not the nor typed. i am 100% american 26th gen. family came here in 1740. looking to use the first one becaseu of the massive amount of tourque listed thats what i am really after. a guy in my town is sleling a stroker kit crank and rods that wold make same engine but be 545 with block only 30 over.
Haaay vonfeltz68! I quoted this post because to me its a brilliant one. You simply and intelligently explained your spelling errors ,While I on the other hand usually use the more up-front and humorous approach of telling those who complain about my spelling or grammatical errors to simply F#@K OFF.
Needless to say, I'm no J. Christ with a torque wrench nor have I recently built a 460 based engine in which to propel a craft deep into outer space like others or anything like that.
But I have d!c#ed around with a few BB Fords in my time.
Most important question I can think of here is ,What is your intended budget?
If you have recently hit the lottery or have a boat load of money to blow then definitely go titanium ,aluminum ,forged everything ,get everything new and the best and Have a competent builder to build your engine and you are good to go.
However if you are only looking for 400 or so HP and great tq, you wont need the alum heads, forged or titanium anything, and it shouldn't cost you a small fortune either. Sounds like a slightly warmed over and worked engine would make those numbers with no problem.
In closing, I'd say Good Luck with your build vonfeltz68, I wish you the best. However if it were me, I'D TURN THE CAPS BACK ON AND TELL EM if they have a problem with comprehending or communicating , SUCK IT! (That's why I have all the friends on here, ha-ha)