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What Lou said. Verify what you have and monitor during changes.
There is generally no tuning needed under 375WHP but that takes for granted you are starting with a healthy system. 30 year old fuel heads and warm up regulators can be dodgy, especially the WUR. When pumping up the HP it is a good idea to have your WUR rebuilt and modified to be fully adjustable.
Your goal of 340-380WHP is achievable with bolt-ons alone. Much more and you'll need to go inside the engine.
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