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08-29-2007 17:57:35

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Hi i asked about building an 830 gas puller on the pulling forum and some guys told me to ask you. What is the easiest way to get power and cubic inches without spending a lot of money. I ve heard about building a 336 with 870 deisel sleeves and G 1000 pistons. I was hoping to get 90 to 100 horse power. Thanks for any help!

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08-30-2007 13:26:10

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 Re: question for Doug, Thad, Lamont or mEl in reply to casefan, 08-29-2007 17:57:35  
The cheap way to go is the 336 route. In my opinion thats good for 85hp. I know the next guy will say his is a 100+ i cant see it. I dont have a magic dyno like some of these guys with the IHs and JDs. I use a typical old MW dyno. My opinion is you figure around a hp for every 3.8 cubic inch or maybee 4 and thats about as good as i have ever got. I would love to build a 400 5 1/8 bore with 7 inch stroke. Now 577 sounds better than 336 doesnt it. I also wish i had the money it would take to build it. My 2 cents Thad

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08-30-2007 11:59:06

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 Re: question for Doug, Thad, Lamont or mEl in reply to casefan, 08-29-2007 17:57:35  
4 5/8 bbc pistons with a stroker or at least an offset ground crank, 5.125 GMC pistons with M rods

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