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  1. #1
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    Default Serial # 0091110

    It's here!!! I will post some info about the build tonight.
    The plan on the build for this motor is a 4.5 bore and a 4.25 stroke--about 540 inches. I will use my stage 4 heads and a nice rollercam. I want to make around 850 to 900 horsepower, wich should put the car in the 8.50 to 8.60 range. Maybe a 250 shot of NOS. I really want a 4 second 1/8 and a 7 second 1/4 mile pass!
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    Eric Ruge
    '70 GS 455
    '61 skylark 5.46 @ 126 8.65 @ 154
    '86 GN
    '61 skylark ( the "chick magnet" )

  2. #2
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    Default Re: Serial # 0091110

    Eric your car is gorgeous and now its gonna be stupid fast too, as if it wasnt fast enough before. Congrats.
    Shawn
    1986 Ttype 60k miles, Matts car. MANY mods 10 sec ride
    2005 Chevy Z71
    2013 GHIG Mustang BOSS 302.. 12.56@115 BONE STOCK
    1972 GS455 69k miles original except paint, 470 BBB w Stage 2 TEs in the works,

  3. #3
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    Default Re: Serial # 0091110

    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Ruge View Post
    It's here!!! I will post some info about the build tonight.
    Cool! Cant wait.
    Cheers
    Royden

    Regards
    Royden Hardcastle
    1966 Buick Electra 225 Convertible 401cui
    1928 Dodge Brothers Senior 6
    TA555cui BBB #0291110
    Yep, the only one in the Southern Hemisphere

  4. #4
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    Default Re: Serial # 0091110

    cover it with plastic.....so the drool doesn't leave a stain.
    ken mcdonald
    65 skylark,455,work in progress
    1973 buick century luxus,u code 455
    bpg# 1438

    life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body,but rather to skid in sideways,a jug of "crown" in one hand,a case of "24" in the other,body thoroughly used up,totally worn out and screaming "WOO HOO what a ride!

  5. #5
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    Default Re: Serial # 0091110

    FINALLY getting somewhere !
    Crankshaft stroke is 4.400. It is a Crower lightweight that comes in at 64 lbs. I will post some more in the build thread.
    Eric Ruge
    '70 GS 455
    '61 skylark 5.46 @ 126 8.65 @ 154
    '86 GN
    '61 skylark ( the "chick magnet" )

 

 

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