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Old 09-16-2017, 07:28 PM   #1
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650-1000hp goals? Need help

I have a 1972 suburban that I would like to build an engine that puts out 650-1000hp that I can daily drive. The issue I'm having is what motor I want/should build. I have a 4 sbc, 1 bbc mark lV, a bbc gen 5 long block and a bbc gen 6 with a bad block. And if I should keep it N/A or turbo it.

What is everyone's opinions?
Mine: 72 c20 Chevy suburban, 350/350, factory ac and 50gal tank.
70 k10 Chevy burb, 350/350/205, with dual 30gal saddle tanks
Dads: 67 c10 step side(project)
72 c10 GMC burn 350/400, with 67 Chevy front clip(grocery getter)
Ours: 67 c30 tow truck
70 c10 long bed 383stroker w/digital gauges(work truck)
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