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Dave Thompson jr

01-16-2013 17:32:46

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You need to put your tractor on a dyno and see what you have 50 hp is all that mine had stock. My super M after some cylnder head work and carb work would get 64 maybe 65 on the dyno but was a good farmstock tractor. If you want to go and pull anywhere then spend the money and go over 500 ci It will make enough power to run any speed limit class you want to get in.

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01-17-2013 11:39:37

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 Re: m farmall in reply to Dave Thompson jr, 01-16-2013 17:32:46  
i was thinking about putting a 450 head on my m and im try to find me some m&w pistons what do you think?

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Dave Thompson jr

01-17-2013 13:24:43

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 Re: m farmall in reply to 3farmall, 01-17-2013 11:39:37  
Go with a 436 you can run division 3 with that engine in the lighter classes and be competitive. Going with a stock M and a good cylnder head wont get it done. Ive done that go with cubic inches and you will have some power. Its not alot of money to go in the 400 range.

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01-17-2013 14:29:37

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 Re: m farmall in reply to Dave Thompson jr, 01-17-2013 13:24:43  
what size of a pistons should i put in? and what do you think about a oliver 88 as a puller?

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01-18-2013 08:58:59

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 Re: m farmall in reply to 3farmall, 01-17-2013 14:29:37  
oliver 88 would be a fine puller. 77 would be more fun. jmo.

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