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08-07-2012 14:59:45

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I'm in process of getting an Lp U. The owner has the engine tore down so I figure it's a good time for a build up. I'm looking for 100-200hp, and most pulls by me are 2800rpm. I think I have an idea of what I need, but any input and info on where to round up parts would be appreciated

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08-07-2012 16:15:53

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 Re: U puller in reply to TRM, 08-07-2012 14:59:45  
the cheapest if your rules alow is 800 jugs and heads many association will not allow them but if yours does this is a cheap route to go g crank and this combo will give you 533 cu in and 130 hp mine is 5.25 and 7 inch stroke 606 cu in 160 hp and i run 6000 pound 5 mph 18.4.38 full cut on really hard pulling clay tracks their are many combos that will work just depends on what you are wanting to do with it

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08-10-2012 20:25:06

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 Re: U puller in reply to molineubspecial, 08-07-2012 16:15:53  
Thanks for the feedback.The 533ci is what i think i will shoot for. Did you have your pistons made?did you have to fill the blocks?

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jd plowboy

08-11-2012 09:24:50

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 Re: U puller in reply to TRM, 08-10-2012 20:25:06  
you do know you have to machine the crankcase and make studs and holes to put the 800 blocks on the u crankcase. i had a 570 cube engine built a few years back. it was strong and ran good.

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08-12-2012 10:50:10

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 Re: U puller in reply to jd plowboy, 08-11-2012 09:24:50  
No I didn't know that. Since this is my first MM build all I know is what I've read and what local MM guys have told me. Any tips or tricks that are shared would be helpfull and greatly appreciated.

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