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Re: Trying to make my WC puller come to life

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12-26-2012 21:32:23

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Well it has had some work done to the motor. Ive had some head work done to it, msd ignition. and other things but just not enough power at all. Would a wd45 help out much?

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12-27-2012 08:40:03

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 Re: Trying to make my WC puller come to life in reply to allischalmerswcpuller, 12-26-2012 21:32:23  
Well as I said the WC is a 30hp tractor and the WD45 a 45HP tractor stock so unless your WC is pushing 45HP yes a WD45 engine would help a lot

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12-27-2012 20:08:35

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 Re: Trying to make my WC puller come to life in reply to old, 12-27-2012 08:40:03  
these are flat heads,milling i"snt gonna help,find a e-gleaner engine,if u can"t,thats ok,bore the block to 4.125,use WD pistons,re-grind yor cam to 175 specs,do a good valve job,send the carb to Motec engineering in Indiana,assembly it very carefully,get a part-time job to pay for all this,my wc dynoed about 65 ponies,oh ya,get a 175 gas gov spring,good for 2000rpm"s,your gonna think u died and went to heaven-no BS.

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12-27-2012 21:46:30

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 Re: Trying to make my WC puller come to life in reply to m.appel, 12-27-2012 20:08:35  
Sorry your wrong. Both the WC WD and WD45 use valve in head engines. This is the A/C forum not the Ford N series forum which are flat head engines. O know the WC/WD/WD45 well since I have or have had them all and THEY ARE NOT FLAT HEAD ENGINES

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12-27-2012 22:32:30

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 Re: Trying to make my WC puller come to life in reply to old, 12-27-2012 21:46:30  
What they mean by 'flat head' is that the bottom of the head is flat, there is no combustion chamber at all. The combustion chamber all in the piston and sleeve. So if you were to mill the head, it would not change the compression at all.
You are right in that it is not a valve-in-block engine.

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12-28-2012 09:08:36

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 Re: Trying to make my WC puller come to life in reply to Tramway guy, 12-27-2012 22:32:30  
Ya I knew it was a flat bottom head but he said it was a flat head as in valve in block engine which it is not and yes depending on how if is milled compression would not come up.

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