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Re: Need Lots More Power WD-45

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08-11-2014 20:45:23

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A lot has been discussed here about how to do this. Stroke is your friend. It takes a total package. Crank 6" pistons and sleeves 4 5/8" at least 4 1/2. You don't need any water in the block concrete it. Put the water in the back of the head and take it out the front. Head ported on a flow-bench. BB. Chevy ex valves work for intakes. dowel pin the intake manifold. Electronic ign, and hot coil. D17 ring and pinion, or from a diesel WD45. You can also put a WC trans in front of the WD one. I haven't done this but looks easy. 4th on the WC is straight through. 1 to 1. Get aholt of a Hook or Antique Puller magazine. Try to find a builder that you can drive to and look in the eye. Vic

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08-11-2014 20:55:27

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 Re: Need Lots More Power WD-45 in reply to VicS, 08-11-2014 20:45:23  
I forgot the cam. and rocker arms. Competition Cams in Memphis Tn. You can call them with your bore and stroke and expected RPM. They can match a cam to your engine, and tell you what hp to expect. Last one we got was a trailer towing spec for a 350 Chevy, I think. Vic

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