Bud Armstrong: `what the freak are you so proud of there its a stock big block big crap why waste the time?
Brett Gildersleeve: What Headers are those??
MrWonderbread187: Oh man! This video is a freaking classic!!!!
USNVA: Surprisingly a small package, but still too much power for what I want to do.
canadianboater: Nothing beats a Big Block Chevy- absolutely no replacement for displacement!
niiiiiiik: Sound from hell!
carlitos cruz: How much dose that engine run me for$$$$
Kelly McCammon: Holy crap that is one sexy ass engine. Wow!
jesse kitts: your scaring the crap out of that poor doog that's not nice but the motor sounds freaking nasty
mrjose9181: Love that sound
James Sawchuk: 454's are sweet engines. But it is using old technology when stock. The solution? Throw a freaking turbo on it. You can put turbos on old big blocks and make seriously sick horsepower. Forced induction allows those Japanese motors to make serious horsepower. But you know what? There's still no replacement for displacement! When I get money a 427 crate motor with a turbo. Maybe twin turbos. That will be freaking sick!
GeorgeHamberhill: Very Nice! My 2001 2500HD has an 8.1 496 cu in, love em big blocks!
Fxr1212: sound good to be stock bud.
silentmesa480: Redneck mating to attract there cousins
Jon Bonner: Love the valve covers, is that high compression?
307OLDS: Dude you're awesome! Love the Chevy plant!!! BAD freakIN ASS! Easily one of the best on Boobtube!
MarkTheAmazing: dont need it already got one
okay: BBC Mark III "mystery" motor. Released by Chevrolet in 1963 for 1964 NASCAR. Predecessor to Mark IV. This iron 83? model is "old' as time. Ford flat-heads still run but Oldsmobile OHV Rockets killed those in 1955. How long is this smelly rat going to live? LS3 small block Chevy's dine on rats and so do DOHC SVT Cobras. Hemi on your ass lately? Mark IV''s LMAO!
okay: If you can find it: There was a book by Philip Smith in print about twenty years ago. It is outdated with the engines it mentions. However, this book has every formula that every engine designer has/still uses. Proven science, the laws of thermodynamics, and airflow in respect to internal combustion are the same. BTU= Amount of air to fuel power will never change. All we do is incrementally improve the burning of the fuel. Read and learn and leave blondies 40 year old head design anchor to rust.