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11-26-2013 17:21:15

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I want to put a wd-45 crank in my wd. Which rods will I need to use and what else needs to be changed

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11-27-2013 18:58:07

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 Re: WD CRANK in reply to WyinMO, 11-26-2013 17:21:15  
Just put it in. Some of the old M&W pistons for a WC are too tall-might want to measure pin heights.

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11-27-2013 18:47:50

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 Re: WD CRANK in reply to WyinMO, 11-26-2013 17:21:15  
If you run E85 gas can use what pistons and rods you have. This should make you 65 hp at 2000 rpm.

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11-28-2013 07:52:05

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 Re: WD CRANK in reply to VicS, 11-27-2013 18:47:50  
So the pistons and rods out of the wd will work. what is the octane rating of E-85. What will I need to do to the carb. If I'm thinking right it takes more volume of fuel to runn E-85

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Aaron SEIA

11-27-2013 15:58:47

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 Re: WD CRANK in reply to WyinMO, 11-26-2013 17:21:15  
Rods will be the same. Just need to use pistons designed for the longer stroke.


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Jerry Coulter

11-26-2013 19:37:05

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 Re: WD CRANK in reply to WyinMO, 11-26-2013 17:21:15  
You will have to change to Power Crater pistons or you will have more compression than you can handle. When making such a conversion, we sometimes had to grind some of the "meat" off the block so the shaft could revolve. All other internal parts fit.

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11-26-2013 19:17:02

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 Re: WD CRANK in reply to WyinMO, 11-26-2013 17:21:15  
I can not tell you the answer but if your name imply's where you are I have a WD45 block and well an engine that when I pulled it ran

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