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G201 engine build up info.

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Thad

12-13-2006 11:37:13




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Has anyone out there built one of these engines up for a puller? I know they have put them in stuff basicly stock. I was wondering if anyone had bored and stroked one and if they had if they would help a guy with info. Im just wanting to build a good puller for my boys to start pulling other than than my DC. thanks




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RAiken

12-13-2006 17:05:56




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 Re: G201 engine build up info. in reply to Thad, 12-13-2006 11:37:13  
Check out this. www.oldpowerpride.net



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mike's600

12-13-2006 15:28:33




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 Re: G201 engine build up info. in reply to Thad, 12-13-2006 11:37:13  
They make good power in a vac. I used a 188 in a 300b triple range tractor, it would pull with the Dc in the 4000 lbs class 4.5 mph.



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dboll

12-13-2006 11:52:33




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 Re: G201 engine build up info. in reply to Thad, 12-13-2006 11:37:13  
Sorry I haven't looked into a 201 yet, If you lived closer I am sure we could dream something up!!!



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Thad

12-13-2006 18:40:48




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 Re: G201 engine build up info. in reply to dboll, 12-13-2006 11:52:33  
Thanks guys for the input.DC Tom responded to my brother on the pulling forum he said you could get 224 cubes. I was thinking of building a 430 with a tripple range and calling it a 300B. I think a guy could fit a little stroke in one. Especially if you had the journal size turned down to VAC size. Plus the VAC rod is narrower in width from bolt center to center which would help on clearance. I dont know how much a guy could bore the sleeves. Im sure they are thin to start with. I have an acount with Arias pistons so i could get a good deal on custom pistons. I was building another DC but i thought this might be easier for a kid to run. With a tripple range you could keep him slowed down. Thanks for anymore thoughts. Thad

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