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Old 05-10-2013, 10:55 PM

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Originally Posted by justaguy View Post
That's the plan for the 16v sleeved block I have at your shop. I just need Rods. What size were those pistons again? 4.125 or something silly like that. That thing should make torque .
105.75mm....huge. We're talking BBC stuff.

I would be fun to know how many seconds that thing ran for, before spewing the rods.

I still can't figure out that "cast" crank. My machinist has it, now.
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Old 05-11-2013, 12:19 AM
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I had a 5.8 L 16 valve motor It was incredable . 4 seconds was 70 mph , over 425 rwtq . track days were lots of fun , I would pass 911s two at a time . The motor inhaled enough oil to distroy the rings , I still have all the bits . Just need a short block , and a reason to do it . The only time I had it on a dyno there was over 300 hp at 3700 rpm , then it was running out of fuel .
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