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who in ohio builds chrysler flat heads?

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06-29-2020 19:51:27

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looking for someone that can warm one up.

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07-03-2020 13:53:57

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 Re: who in ohio builds chrysler flat heads? in reply to cmickgo, 06-29-2020 19:51:27  
If you can find one Old dodge trucks used a 413 flathead. really woke up a massey 44. 100hp on the pto

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07-02-2020 14:09:32

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 Re: who in ohio builds chrysler flat heads? in reply to cmickgo, 06-29-2020 19:51:27  
I tried to build a 400 cu. Chrysler starting with a 265. Head is longer. Start with a 265. But it is hard to bore them much. Tried to put domed IHC pistons and sleeves from a 756. We didn't think the top of the block would take it. But it would take a 6" stroke. Valves are big enough in a 265. Just need newer style that flows better. And a newer style cam. Get a trailer pulling grind. Get some smaller domed IHC pistons. Only way to get compression up there fairly cheap.

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07-03-2020 12:02:59

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 Re: who in ohio builds chrysler flat heads? in reply to VicS, 07-02-2020 14:09:32  
Years ago I pulled a Wards tractor with a 265 Chrysler that was from a MM combine..It was bored .125 with Jahns 10-1 pistons..You could figure on splitting a cylinder every year....It had a Isky cam with heavy valve springs..It had dual carbs and dual exhaust..It dynoed 120 horsepower at 2000 rpms....We turned it 6000 on the track.

The picture is a friend pulling the Wards at Columbus,KS in 1974.

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07-03-2020 17:56:15

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 Re: who in ohio builds chrysler flat heads? in reply to 1206SWMO, 07-03-2020 12:02:59  
6000--WOW--If I was one of those people by the side of the track--I might have stood back just a little--BOOM--Thanks for the pic.---Tee

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07-02-2020 04:16:16

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 Re: who in ohio builds chrysler flat heads? in reply to cmickgo, 06-29-2020 19:51:27  
Any good shop can fix you up by putting in biggest valves an some good porting.Also have them mill off the deck of the head as much as they can but stI'll be safe to run.

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