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Dunno, what's your engine/tranny setup. If it's lighter duty like a 302 or a 300 then definitely no. The real question here is not HP, but torque. Without engine/tranny numbers I couldn't tell you either way though.
300 CI bored .030 over with a 240 head (303 CI). Clifford valves, Comp Roller Rockers, crane cam, Offy intake, true dual headers, x-pipe, pretty spicy.
well, if it's a powerstroke with a stock dual mass flywheel, then i would go ahead and change it out now to a single mass flywheel and clutch. then your clutch will hold to about 300hp. that is about all the stockers can hold up to. if you want a clutch to hold 500hp call Dan Vallance at Valair clutch and he can set you up with a clutch for that.
Travis- Death Row Diesel Inmate #7
1995 F-250 RC 2wd PSD ZF5- because race truck
2000 F-250 SC LB 4x4 ZF6- 4" TB, 6637, TW and Gearhead tunes, 160/100s, Driven Diesel in tank mods, pre/post pump filters, and RR w/ bowl delete
1994 F-150 4x4
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