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Re: WD45 Crank in a WC

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Jerry Coulter

05-06-2013 16:41:14
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It will fit but we had to grind a little meat off the block on some engines so the crank would rotate. Can't use the WC flat top pistons, have to use the "Power Crater" pistons. Or you would otherwise end up with a "puller" engine requiring high test fuel and a pull start.




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05-13-2013 13:30:53
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 Re: WD45 Crank in a WC in reply to Jerry Coulter, 05-06-2013 16:41:14  
I was waiting for someone to ask why he wanted to do it??? Must be making a puller engine or something. We put a WD-45 crank in a WD block by accident and it fit fine until we wanted to start it and that what we ended up with a very high compression engine that we could only start by pulling and then could not get it to stop running with the high compression self ignition or what ever you call it. We thought we had a jet engine and was no use at all until it had the right 4" stroke crank in it. Dealer took the wrong part back and was sorry for the mix up. WE were sorry we had to do all the extra work for practice. cleddy

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