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Post  StephenW on March 24th 2014, 7:01 pm

Here are the details of the 632 propelling my Torino

632ci C&C Motorsports 10.32 aluminum block
Scat Billet Superlight crankshaft 4.75" stroke
CP Box style pistons with custom dome 4.600
GRP 6.9" aluminum connecting rods
A-460 heads CNC ported 2.45 & 1.88 Ti Victory valves Pac springs
Trick Flow cast tunnel ram, Enderle Bird Catcher injection, Magna Fuel belt driven pump, alky for fuel
Cometic MLS head gaskets
Bullet Cam (the cam card is with the engine builder, not sure of specs)
Danny Bee cam drive
T&D shaft rockers
7/16 Jet Engineering pushrods
Crower .937 roller lifters with pin oiling
Kasse oil pump
Charlie's oil pan
MSD Crank Trigger distributor
On the Dyno an MSD Digital 6 provided the spark, but that unit failed so it now has an ICE 10amp ignition controller
Mezierre water pump
GZ Motorsports VP 104 vacuum pump set at 10"
ATI damper
2.5" x 27" primary pipes 5" collector
Keith Fulp Motorsports front plate

I don't have the dyno sheet handy but IIRC it made 860 lbft @ 5700 and 1100 @ 7200. I will update if I'm wrong.
To be honest the results were ok but we would like to have seen more torque. We might try a different cam when it's time for major maintenance
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Post  dfree383 on March 24th 2014, 7:38 pm

Nice!

Good to see it back together!
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Post  maverick on March 24th 2014, 9:12 pm

Cool Cool  Don't drive it with yer wobbly shoes on! Laughing 
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Post  IDT-572 on March 24th 2014, 9:45 pm

Stephen

I get an 1.045 cd on your piston by what you have posted, just curious is this correct?

Can I see a picture of your pistons?
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Post  StephenW on March 25th 2014, 12:12 am

The pistons have a 1.125 CH. They are .080 above the deck. We used a .125 gasket
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Post  richter69 on March 25th 2014, 8:18 am

pretty tight quench with an alum rod and that big bore......
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Post  StephenW on March 25th 2014, 8:37 am

richter69 wrote:pretty tight quench with an alum rod and that big bore......

We had the heads off after the dyno session and there's no evidence of contact. The gasket is actually .125 (I just looked at the paperwork)
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Post  IDT-572 on March 25th 2014, 9:09 am

StephenW wrote:The pistons have a 1.125 CH. They are .080 above the deck. We used a .125 gasket
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 Wink Gotcha............. Looks good, just didn't see how that would keep the valve relief out of the top ring land if it were .000 deck and a 1.045 cd Killer build keep us posted on it's performance.
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