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Re: G Powerblock

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The Dukester

11-04-2012 17:08:28

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Kind of a twist on this, but what gives you more bang (pun intended I guess) for your buck in a styled G, a stroker crank or a power block? And if the answer is a stroker crank, how much stroke increase can you have without major alterations? Thanks for any comments.

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Josh Blackburn

11-05-2012 05:47:05

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 Re: G Powerblock in reply to The Dukester, 11-04-2012 17:08:28  
8.25 fits in nicely with little mods and use .125 over pistons. Other wise short pistons will be needed. Powerblock and stroke would be good too. But its all about the green stuff!

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The Dukester

11-06-2012 10:06:59

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 Re: G Powerblock in reply to Josh Blackburn, 11-05-2012 05:47:05  
Josh, it's already got 6.5:1 aluminum pistons bored .090 in. over and about .100 in. shaved off the head. Do you thnk I could still use those pistons and go to a 8.25 in. stroke or would it be too much "squeeze"? Naturally I'd expect to have to use some "special" fuel, certainly not the regular gas I'm getting by with now...just barely.

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