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Post  Rickytx630 on May 28th 2019, 10:41 pm

whats the biggest stroke a 11.2 block will take without issues? recently lost a motor and just decided to go big. (in a way) looking to build a 738 or so, or am i looking at the 11.7?
also will a normal belt drive bolt up?

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Post  10.0 on May 29th 2019, 2:46 am

Belt drive is the same
5.125 or 5.25 stroke fit ok
If you want to go much bigger, you'll need a 12 inch block
If you want to go big, there has been a few 800+ motors for sale

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Post  c.evans on May 30th 2019, 12:33 am

My 706 CID engine is done with a 5.300" stroke crankshaft with aluminum rods in an 11.200" deck height block. That required a ton of bottom end clearance work. The block was initially set up in a Bridgeport, then after that a bunch more hand work. You also had to switch to the wider IHRA stroker motor oil pan rail bolt pattern. Yes, the standard Danny Bee belt drive works. So for any strokes longer than 5.300" I strongly recommend going to the 11.700" block, or then the 12.000" block.
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Post  Rickytx630 on June 6th 2019, 11:09 pm

c.evans wrote:My 706 CID engine is done with a 5.300" stroke crankshaft with aluminum rods in an 11.200" deck height block.  That required a ton of bottom end clearance work. The block was initially set up in a Bridgeport, then after that a bunch more hand work. You also had to switch to the wider IHRA stroker motor oil pan rail bolt pattern. Yes, the standard Danny Bee belt drive works. So for any strokes longer than 5.300" I strongly recommend going to the 11.700" block, or then the 12.000" block.
Charlie

is the 11.7 block set up or clearance done already for the larger strokes? bigger then 5.300. or is notching and clearance still needed just not as much?

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Post  c.evans on June 6th 2019, 11:50 pm

I don't know for sure, and I own a new 11.700' deck block. I just haven't picked it up yet. Call C&C Motorsports and ask Chris Carter.

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