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I have a 305 5.0 roller cam block with 350 aluminum 220cc Runners, 64cc Combustion Chamber, 2.02 Intake Valves/1.60 Exhaust Valves. Holley high rise intake and 600 double pump carb. What would I call my modify engine?
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: Sounds like a nice build. Assuming you used...

Sounds like a nice build. Assuming you used the 305 crank, the engine will still be called a 5.0 or 305, since that is the cubic inch displacement of the engine.

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