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Post  2fox on January 4th 2012, 9:47 pm

i been doing that fomula over and over again on my calulator . its good to have it in writing now,
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i read that the differance in the 533 vrs the 557 is mid range tq, on the 557 right ? this was a 1998 book .

if my chassis is not messed up i might go big ! so the biggest stoke you can fit in a stock 460 block is what ? 4.500 ? and is .080 over bore the biggest bore also ? or is there more to be had?
at .080 is 4.440 you cant go 4.500 ? thats only .060 more or .030 per side on the cylinder.
and what year blocks to stay away from and whats the best or okay blocks
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Post  bruno on January 6th 2012, 10:19 am

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Post  dfree383 on January 6th 2012, 10:40 am

You need to sonic any block you want to take to .080, alot will go their with out issue, but its sometimes pretty random, no factory 2 bolt blocks are better than others. although D9TE stuff does have deeper skirts on the bores and DOVE-A blocks are easiest to convert to 4 bolt mains.

If you looking at building a big motor, most of the time its best to just bite the bullet now and get a A460 or Eliminator block, you'll be ahead in the long run.
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Post  BigDave65 on January 6th 2012, 2:30 pm

You can also go in-between those bore sizes with a 4.470 bore.
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