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D beatty

08-19-2017 06:12:53

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I don't know if anybody can answer my question. Is there any casting numbers that can tell you if the engine in a 45 is a 226 45 engine or a 226 D17 engine? I know the D17 226 puts out more HP. I pull my 45 and in a 6,000lb class I never run out of power or pull engine down. .

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Ted J

08-20-2017 07:55:40

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 Re: WD45 in reply to D beatty, 08-19-2017 06:12:53  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeApparently someone changed the governor spring if your RPMs are that high.

You definitely have the WD45 engine. That is not to say that someone didn't change the internals to the engine. The only way to find out is to tear it down. Why?

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08-19-2017 18:23:43

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 Re: WD45 in reply to D beatty, 08-19-2017 06:12:53  
A 45s engine reved at 1400 rpm and the 17s rpm was 1650. Maybe check rpm .

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D beatty

08-19-2017 20:41:56

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 Re: WD45 in reply to wolfman, 08-19-2017 18:23:43  
I checked the RPM and it was 1750 at full throttle. Block number started with 45 and ended in G.

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