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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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Re: 77 oliver puller build

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J. Schwiebert

08-26-2013 17:30:20
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You need to do your homework better! You said ours is a fleetline 77, from what I ve read the super 77 crank is different? Yes it is and the super block has a better system off retaining the main bearings. You also said: 88 sleeves bored out? If you go that route the 77 block will need to be bored out to accept the 88 sleeves. You said:1550 vacuum advance distributor. The vacuum advance is for idle. not higher RPM's. You said: 1550 head? 1650 a 1650 Head is longer. Why not run 550 valves. does your machine shop have a good bowl cutter?

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617mach_1x

08-26-2013 17:53:57
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 Re: 77 oliver puller build in reply to J. Schwiebert, 08-26-2013 17:30:20  
yea i probably do, trying to find stuff on these and keep it in order is kind hard when you have way to many project and only so much time to do them!

reading through 100s of post is to time consuming also, havent been around tractors much other then this year also so please dont mind my non-sense questions

i knew about boring the block for 88 sleeves not a huge deal

1550 distributor no good, no big deal just using big block v8 thinking

bowl cutter, yea probably does have a decent one

my machinist is the skidoo racing team i race for is owner, so i get stuff done cheap

main question i guess, i want some in the 300+ c.i with 70-80 hp, is that possible? what will it take?

porting is going to be done by me, ive ported sleds, dirt bike, v8 fords before

going to do the manifolds and head to get the best airflow possible

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Oliver S88 Puller

08-27-2013 05:59:41
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 Re: 77 oliver puller build in reply to 617mach_1x, 08-26-2013 17:53:57  
3 3/4" pistons and sleeves. 1555 head or big a valves as possible in your 77 head. Shave 1/8" off or a little more. Murphys intake manifold and roller rockers. Big zenith carb. I hope your cam builder isnt doing your cam until you know what your compression ratio is going to be... If you do all that you will be under 300 cubes yes, but you wont have to machine the block or crank at all and still be at 70 horse with race gas.

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