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With a multitude of easy-to-find performance parts for the Chevy 350 mouse motor, building the engine himself would have been an excellent option for John. With the multitude of well-built, ready-to-install crate motors available, a Scoggin-Dickey Caprice Police Package long-block was an even better way to go. Edelbrock's throttle-body injection manifold and attendant electronics do the fuel atomizing. Airflow into the manifold is further improved by using a Turbo City high-flow throttle body. This bolt-together package produces a reasonable and reliable 280 hp and will run well at any altitude or angle.

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