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showcrop

12-09-2012 08:52:47
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School me a little here, just curious about why build a 468 cube A when As frequently pull against Gs which can run 825 cubes?




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Josh Blackburn

12-09-2012 10:42:05
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 Re: Josh Blackburn in reply to showcrop, 12-09-2012 08:52:47  
Around here it takes a 470 cube a to run in antique classes. Good tracks and good competition.



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 Re: Josh Blackburn in reply to Josh Blackburn, 12-09-2012 10:42:05  
Josh- I have a 1952 A. Looking for more power. Was thinking bore and high compression pistons. What work do you do, and a guess on price. Any other suggestions would be great. Thanks.



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 Re: Josh Blackburn in reply to Josh Blackburn, 12-09-2012 10:42:05  
Thank you Josh for the info I have some younger JD guys asking me who to use. Back when I had mine it was Schooler,Merfeld.....



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