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Re: Redneck Mini-Project, a New motorcycle and everything else

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02-17-2013 10:41:10

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Geez Lanse if you're REALLY serious about building a hot rod tractor don't use a small block Chevy like the kabillion other hot rodders have. I have 2 complete 1976 Cadillac 500 ci engines with turbo 400 transmissions. Off the showroom floor these had over 100 lb/ft of torque more than a stock 454 big block and only weigh like 80 lbs more than a small block. Be a riot to put one of these combos in an old Chevelle or Impala, even an old pick up!

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02-17-2013 15:07:32

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 Re: Redneck Mini-Project, a New motorcycle and everything else in reply to s.crum, 02-17-2013 10:41:10  
1976 Caddoo 500 Net torque 360ftlbs @ 2000 rpm 1976 chv 454 360 ftlbs @ 2800 rpm . Coolness factor Cadillac all the way.

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02-17-2013 15:40:58

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 Re: Redneck Mini-Project, a New motorcycle and everything else in reply to dr sportster, 02-17-2013 15:07:32  
Oh and to be fair to the original poster whom I was not trying to discretit in any way 1976 Cad 500 optional motor [except seville] 400ftlbs @ 2000 rpm . Now thats your tractor motor.The Chev 454 of 76 were all optional.

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