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When last dyno tested, John's homebuilt motor (circa 1998) laid down 614 rwhp at only 5,000 rpm before the whole deal went lean. Since then, the fuel system was upgraded, and John will be taking his car to Paul's Automotive Engineering in Cincinnati for a fresh reflash of the stock computer. The 306 magic-maker is based on a stock block, Eagle H-beam rods, an Eagle crank, and 8.5:1 Probe pistons. Looking for a street-friendly, fun engine combination, John chose to stay with the F303 camshaft from FRPP.