talk to hammrds10 He had a 230 hp 2.8ONEBDGMC said:i was readin the chevy power book today at the local speed shop. it said the 2.8 60 deg V6 is easily capable of producing 225 hp! it was like 20 bucks, but im gonna go back and get that sucker!
I;ve never heard of them and I'm from Indyblueskyjack said:Creative Flow Management in Indianapolis. They are gonna do their Stage III port/polish/intake match, machine for 3/8" rocker studs and machine valve guides for more retainer/seal clearance.
Gonna cost $600 plus $40 shipping.
Um....actually, it has ALOT to do with torque. Horsepower is calculated from Torque produced at a specific RPM, being as Power is Work per unit time (time, RPM -- revolutions per minute). If an engine loses its breathing ability at high RPMS(like the 4.3's do), the torque drops and so does the HP.syclonedave said:The faster (rpm) a engine can spin the more HP it can make (within reason). This has little to do with torque, which is really what move things.