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I was just wondering, if I were to get a bbk, would I have to change anything else in the motor to handle the compression or RPM's and what not so it doesn't destroy anything in the base?. Or would the stock set up handle the difference fine?;)
 

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Timing chain and valves, assuming you've got the stock ones in there now.
 

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all depends on how big your planning to go. i know cylinder works told me that with their 434 kit, its a direct bolt on and go. No need to mod anything else in the motor. I would make sure you have a good full exhaust not just a slip on. if your going anything over stock get like a sparks or rossier or something to make sure that you can get the most out of your bbk if you havnt already. If you plan to get something like a 465 or a 470...then yes i +1 with biggie on the valves and timing chain
 
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