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Jim

10-09-2002 10:16:27




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What do I have to do to put D14 sleeves in a CA block.




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DanD.

10-09-2002 11:53:31




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 Re: CA engine in reply to Jim, 10-09-2002 10:16:27  
I'm not sure but I don't think you can make it work. These are totally different engines.



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Jim

10-09-2002 13:22:46




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 Re: Re: CA engine in reply to DanD., 10-09-2002 11:53:31  
What we want do is put D14 sleeves and pistons in and stroke the crank to get more power for tractor pulling.



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Will

10-09-2002 14:48:58




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 Re: Re: Re: CA engine in reply to Jim, 10-09-2002 13:22:46  
The D14 sleeves will be tough to put in a CA block because of the o-ring locations. If you are going to all that trouble why not put a 3 7/8 bore in it because that will fit also.



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Jim

10-10-2002 07:22:29




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: CA engine in reply to Will, 10-09-2002 14:48:58  
Thank You



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