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T&D Shaft Rockers for AFR heads

Post  bigford632 on September 17th 2018, 6:24 pm

They are a very nice setup. Still had to trim a couple of threads off the ARP head studs to clear the exhaust stands.



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Post  BBFTorino on September 17th 2018, 11:10 pm

Nice!!...what is the ratio??

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Post  bruno on September 18th 2018, 9:28 am

very nice !! what are the details of the build ?
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Post  bigford632 on September 18th 2018, 1:52 pm

BBFTorino wrote:Nice!!...what is the ratio??

I got these through AFR they are 1.75, but T&D might offer other ratios.

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Post  bigford632 on September 18th 2018, 1:58 pm

bruno wrote:very nice !! what are the details of the build ?

Thanks Bruno,

It's got AFR 315 heads on an A460 block with a 4.565 bore and a 4.600 stroke. Molnar 6.750" rods, flat tops 13 to 1 on E85 with a solid roller (267/278 on a 110 with ~.800" lift). It's going into a 4x4 truck puller that will see occasional street time. I have a Quick Fuel 1250 on the shelf ready to send to Pro Systems but I'm toying with the idea of trying the new Holley Sniper 4500.

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Post  bruno on September 18th 2018, 5:07 pm

bigford632 wrote:
bruno wrote:very nice !! what are the details of the build ?

Thanks Bruno,

It's got AFR 315 heads on an A460 block with a 4.565 bore and a 4.600 stroke. Molnar 6.750" rods, flat tops 13 to 1 on E85 with a solid roller (267/278 on a 110 with ~.800" lift). It's going into a 4x4 truck puller that will see occasional street time. I have a Quick Fuel 1250 on the shelf ready to send to Pro Systems but I'm toying with the idea of trying the new Holley Sniper 4500.

yeah i looked at that holley 4500 , looks like a cool piece .
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