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I am currently in the middle of dropping my 521 into my 63.5 Galaxie Fastback. I will list all the specs on the build below for the car and the engine. Once the engine and trans is fitted in the car we are going to separate the chassis from the frame and have everything powder coated. I hope to have it on the road in a few months.

Car:
Suspension:
Ridetech Coilovers with their 4 link setup in the rear
Fatman Fabrication front control arm w/ crank bolt eliminators
Borgeson Steering box w/ custom column and spherical bearing tie-rod ends
Brakes
Wilwood master-cylinder and prop valve
Front: Wilwood 13 inch rotors with 6 piston claipers
Rear: Wilwood 12 inch rotors with 4 piston calipers

Rear Differential:
Strange Nodular Pro series 3rd member with 3.70:1 gears
Strange 35 spline axels
Strange S-Trac Diff

Wheels:
17x8 and 17x10.5 Weld RTS 71 wheels

Engine:
Scat Forged 4.3 stroke crank
Scat H Beam rods w/ARP 2000 bolts
CP forged Pistons
DSS main cap Girdle with ARP studs
Kaase Oil Pump
Comp 304BR-8 cam w/solid roller lifters
Comp Ultra Pro Magnum Roller rockers with stud girdle
Kaase P-51 Heads
TrickFLow Mafia intake gasket matched to the P-51 heads
Canton 8 quart trap door oil pan
Holley Sniper 4500 EFI w/ Hyperspark Ignition.

Trans:
C6 w/ billet servos and 4R100 planetary gears and additonal clutch pack
10 inch 3000 stall converter.
 

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The engine is suppose to go on the engine dyno towards the end of the month. I tried to copy Kaase's Test mule engine the best that I could. I spoke with Roger over at Kaase about the build and he didn't recommend the cam they usually run in that engine. They spec'd out the Comp 304-br8 cam for it instead. I hoping for around 700hp. We shall see though soon enough.
 

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The engine is suppose to go on the engine dyno towards the end of the month. I tried to copy Kaase's Test mule engine the best that I could. I spoke with Roger over at Kaase about the build and he didn't recommend the cam they usually run in that engine. They spec'd out the Comp 304-br8 cam for it instead. I hoping for around 700hp. We shall see though soon enough.
A little surprised they went with an "off the shelf drag race cam".........for you street car!!

3000rpm stall might be a bit tight for that cam also...........4000rpm min imo, just something to think about.

Let us know when you dyno it.

Cheers, Bob
 
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