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347+5 Engine Masters Engine

Post  rmcomprandy on October 26th 2016, 5:00 pm

Front sump Milodon early oil pan and front cover; I borrowed the single plane intake so, it will get changed to an "Air Gap". That single plane made a bunch of power, (600 horsepower @ 7,200 RPM and 498 lb/ft @5,500 RPM in the contest), however, the distribution was scary.
I have not figured out the cost of what is in it yet but, as usual the build labor is free and the cost of the parts and dyno time is all you pay for.
Just fishing for any interest here.

4.038" bore x 3.433" stroke; 11.5/1 compression ratio
Mexican block; Chrome-Moly steel strapped main caps
Kaase P-38 heads with special shaped CNC chambers, (45cc).
Solid roller cam and related parts
Fabricated valve covers


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Post  kjebba on October 30th 2016, 5:37 pm

If you have a ballpark estimate of what kind of money you looking at you can pm me or send a mail to kjellsandlin@telia.com
Thanks. Kjell
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Post  rmcomprandy on October 30th 2016, 10:29 pm

kjebba wrote:If you have a ballpark estimate of what kind of money you looking at you can pm me or send a mail to kjellsandlin@telia.com
Thanks. Kjell

Now I have to actually get out the receipts and find out. scratch

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Post  kjebba on October 31st 2016, 1:15 am

Hopefully you dont find so many Smile
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Post  rmcomprandy on November 2nd 2016, 12:03 pm

After rounding-up all the receipts and figuring just one day of dyno time, (I can't make myself charge for the entire two weeks of dyno time), a total of $7,200.00 will almost cover it.

SO, that will be the price ... plus the shipping, of course.

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Post  rmcomprandy on November 11th 2016, 8:17 pm

I have been asked to further inform about some of the parts so, here goes:

Camshaft:
Lunati Roller Camshaft 281/287 @.020" - 252/257 @.050" - 177/180 @.200" - .427"/.430" lobe lift - 107 separation.
PAC #1243 intake valve springs - Comp Cams #CC-919 exhaust valve springs - CRANE #44518-16 roller lifters

1.6/1 Crane gold intake roller rocker Arms; .682" valve lift - 1.5/1 Ford Racing exhaust roller rocker arms; .645" valve lift - 7/16" stud.

Trend 3/8" x .135" wall, 7.800" long pushrods.

Initial prototype JOMAR stud girdle for the P-38 heads

Custom forged, -12.5 cc reverse dome pistons by Race Tec for 4.038" finished bore size - 1.150" compression distance - radial gas ports - .043" x 1.5mm x 4mm ring pack
SCAT 3.400" crankshaft "offset ground" to 3.433" Stroke - 5.325" long Scat connecting rods

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