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Re: unstyled A powerblock

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Mike n Mo

10-27-2012 20:51:15

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I don't have one to sell, but here's a little info, just in case it's helpfull to you. You want a 6-1 powerblock (NOT 6-2or 6-3). you'll also need a styled head to fit it, as your unstyled head has a different bolt pattern. Rocker arm oiling is different, but not hard to figure out. Good luck in your hunt. Mike

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10-28-2012 07:23:57

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 Re: unstyled A powerblock in reply to Mike n Mo, 10-27-2012 20:51:15  
thanks mike also looking into a diffrent cam. i have a berry cam in it now and it just dont lug like it did with my roberts cam. any good direction that you would go. i know my dad and i talked to you 2 years ago about cams at Iowa. thanks Dave.

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Mike n Mo

10-29-2012 20:19:45

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 Re: unstyled A powerblock in reply to DOUBS, 10-28-2012 07:23:57  
We've got one with a Dengler cam, can't say it's any improvement over any other we've had. Probably because our engines have too much compression, LOL. My approach is to build HP at the higher rpm's so the engine doesn't pull down and have the need to lug. Now that I know who you are, I know my "words of wisdom" about what blocks fit what weren't needed. Tell your Dad hi. Mike

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10-28-2012 20:51:19

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 Re: unstyled A powerblock in reply to DOUBS, 10-28-2012 07:23:57  
2 cylinders wont lug with high compression.

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10-29-2012 17:22:22

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 Re: unstyled A powerblock in reply to gtx1967jewison, 10-28-2012 20:51:19  
WOW THANKS FOR THE HOT TIP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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