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Old 05-11-11, 19:21   #1
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200kw 304

wanting to know what mods have been done to a 304 to achieve 200rwkw ?
an if its possible with the banana's ?

i have a vp v8, trans an diff are already done, but want some more power
200rwkw is what im aiming for any help would be great
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Old 05-11-11, 19:30   #2
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Slap a powerdyne on it. or stroke it 200rwkw isnt too hard with keeping the bunch of bananas on it.
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Old 05-11-11, 19:33   #3
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i should have stated if its possible as a n/a making 200rwkw, i want to keep the standard appearance, if its possible without stroking the motor ?
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Old 05-11-11, 19:56   #4
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If you want to keep it n/a stroke it man to get that sort of power with a bunch of bananas manifold a 355 would be a nice streeter so much torque and well mannered street car.

There also not all too pricey for a stroker kit these days.
But yeah not too sure what would be needed for 200rwkw as a 304 with that manifold.
Its all going to be in the heads and cam combo.
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Old 07-11-11, 11:20   #5
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A big cam and head work should just get you there with the factory manifold and stroke
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Old 09-11-11, 18:42   #6
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Old 20-11-11, 18:16   #7
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Twin cat zorst, open the airbox up, remove clutch fan, lighten the flywheel, cam and have a dyno chip made for it will see 200kw from the standard stroke.
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Old 20-11-11, 19:43   #8
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A big cam and head work should just get you there with the factory manifold and stroke
'Biggest' cam that you can go with the standard manifold is abuot 220@.050. i.e. not big, before you actually lose power.

If you can do the work yourself, stroke it, if you can't bolt on a charger.

It is not worth the trouble of playing around with an NA EFI 5 litre for that sort of power.

200kw at the flywheel yes, 200kw at the wheels, no chance.
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Old 28-11-11, 09:59   #9
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To get what you want, you need to flow the heads and a big cam, to run a big cam you need comp, if your going to strip the motor to up your comp you might as well stroke it.
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Old 28-11-11, 18:41   #10
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What does everyone consider a big cam?

If you put a cam larger than around 220@ .050", you will LOSE performance with the standard manifold.
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hey buddy if you only want 200 kw just get your heads ported and decked to put some comp into it, port you manifold and put a larger throttle. a custom hydraulic roller cam matched to your combo, pacemaker extractors and that will give you the 200+ your aiming for with great drivability. and no anything larger than 220@50 doesnt necessarily "lose" performance with the right combination it can gain performance. a friend of mine made 193kw at the wheels with a crane 224 hydraulic unported heads just decked for more comp.
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Standard appearance ...... Im gonna suggest a remote mount turbo set up . Will be a much nicer car to drive with the ability to make more down the track . An na set up will need another intake manifold especially a stock 304 stroke motor , especially a high comp 1 .
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Old 29-11-11, 20:19   #13
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You don't have to touch the heads for 200kw.
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You don't have to touch the heads for 200kw.
We are talking @ the wheels aren't we ? Where do you get your motors built?
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It could be done with the standard heads but you would need a different inlet manifold like a Starr that looks like a stock banana manifold but is bigger or maybe a Trickshift or HSV twin throttle body set up.
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Old 17-12-11, 21:52   #17
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hey bud dont worry about rwkws what do u wanna ran down the strip
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re - 200kw 304

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200rwkw is what im aiming for
Well, a straight through twin 2.5 inch exhaust system can get a 304 v8 up to 200 KW at the flywheel , so I think a stage 2 cam & MEM-CAL on top of that would get you that at the rear wheels easily.

Assuming the car is a manual, you'd need to achieve about 250 kw at the flywheel to get what you're after, about 260 kw (bugger all difference) if it's an automatic.
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Old 24-07-12, 20:35   #19
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WTF are you doing answering a question posed last year again???

FFS stop digging up old threads.
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