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    Default Serial #0251110

    This block was purchased by Dave Benisek and I. Probably wind up with a 4.400 bore and 4.500 stroke. Ford mains and cam. Basically going to transfer all the internals from an existing short block into this one.

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    Default Re: Serial #0251110

    Bruce

    Why not go to 4.50 bore?
    Jim Byers
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    Default Re: Serial #0251110

    I already have all the parts for the smaller bore. Guess it is economics.

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    Ah that makes sense. Will be an interesting 2012 with more of these blocks getting built.

    Good things indeed.

    Happy New Year
    Last edited by offbrand Racing; 01-01-2012 at 12:10 PM.
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    Default Re: Serial #0251110

    Hey Kent, Are you using a stock buick crank ?
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    Default Re: Serial #0251110

    Quote Originally Posted by killrbuick66455 View Post
    Hey Kent, Are you using a stock buick crank ?
    Not with a 4.500 stroke!

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    Default Re: Serial #0251110

    Moldex crank which is now having the mains turned down to 3"

 

 

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