large bore short stroke stude PROJECT

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Tom Osborne
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large bore short stroke stude PROJECT

Post by Tom Osborne » 05 Jan 2020, 02:05

Putting together a decent combination of parts to build a strong running 273 inch stude. It has the R3 bore of .093 over and walls sonic tested to .187" on a partial flow block. It has a set of R3 clone heads, ford stainless 1.87 intakes and 1.6 ford exhausts. Childs &Albert aluminum rods . Bill miller special dome 12.5 forged pistons. A Victor Jr. With proform 700 4 corner idle dp. Custom autolite distributor with autotronics MSD 6a. Mallory super mag cap and rotor. MSD blaster coil. A .010 .010 under 3.25 stroke 259 crankshaft. Custom bottom end main girdle. Top end rocker arm shaft supports. Angle plug heads. Chevy taper seat spark plugs. The camshaft has .550" in. And .520" exhaust. Comp cams copy with 108 LS. Flat tappet hydraulic. I have special design no leak intake adaptors that allow correct flow transition into heads. These are billet machined. They will only accept Mopar LA intakes. Pictures of project to follow soon. Tom osborne
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Tom Osborne
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Re: large bore short stroke stude

Post by Tom Osborne » 05 Jan 2020, 02:31

The goal is to capture 290 -325 Hp. @ 6500 anyone like to do up a simulator printout? Thanks Tom O.
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