Thread: [1968] Engine options
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Old 11/11/2019, 03:52 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by robert campbell View Post
IMO you will not devalue your car in the least to add some ponies. Unless it is a concurs car. Modifications that are easily reversed do not de-value it and IMO enhance its value. Many cars on this site have Cobra dress kits and chrome air cleaners.

The key to more power is the heads and headers. The E Streets are fantastic and I have installed a few pairs of them already. We can build a great street engine with no loss of vacuum with perfect street characteristics. I can recommend several levels of power based on what you want to spend. All that do not require increased top RPM and will not harm your stock rotating assembly. You will notice a nice throaty sound that will be orgasmic!! But we won't get stupid and build a quality package.

I hope a couple guys on the site and weigh in on my experience on this subject. the change will surprise you. I have built many such combinations.

Rob, you crack me up.

Scott Behncke
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