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stroking a 66 oliver

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01-14-2005 18:21:58

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Does anyone know how much you can stroke a 66 oliver engine? And what can be done to get the most power out of a oliver 66?

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C Shaffer

01-16-2005 04:29:47

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 Re: stroking a 66 oliver in reply to FJB, 01-14-2005 18:21:58  
I have a 2" stroke in my 66. and could have gone another .125. But you need to flat machine the cam. I have a stroker 66 crank, rods, sleeves and piston set that would bring you up to around 65 hp if I do your, cam, head, manifold and carb. I build Oliver motors, the kit above I can assembel for you and all you need to do is swap motors. That will put you to 207 cubes and run 93 or 94 octain. Give me a call or email me 585-335-9274, Charlie

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sos puller 2

01-15-2005 19:11:25

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 Re: stroking a 66 oliver in reply to FJB, 01-14-2005 18:21:58  
you can do the same to them as you can a 77 but you are short 2 cy my 66 does 55 hp but i need a little more stroke yet

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