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Post  Northwest outlaw on August 25th 2009, 7:03 pm

Block: Ford 460 D1VE A2A 2 bolt main (all deburing and oil mods done in house) Machine work still looking at Jeff Cassell or Percision Balancing

Crank: 4.300 Scat 4340

Rods: 6.700 BME Alum

Heads: Croba Jets style heads (Custom rub on buy C Evens)

Cam: Cammotion Turbo grind

Intake: Victor 460 Dom (Custom rub on by C Evens)

Oil pan: Lem Evens custom

Turbos: BG s400 with racecovers

Trans: 2 speed powerglide (Built in house with 1.80 st cut gears and 10 clutch drive roller tail sport and so on)

Chassis: 25.4 tube chassis (Built in house)

Front & Rear Tire: MT front runner 26x4x15 MT ET Drag 29.5x10.5w x15
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Post  Northwest outlaw on August 25th 2009, 7:05 pm

This is not my build it is 96Mustang460cid build.

The exact specifications of my build are still being pieced together, but here is the information I have so far.

IDT Ultra Block
A-460 heads (18 bolt)
4.15 - 4.5" stroke
4.5" bore
8.5:1 Compression Ratio
DIY Intake Manifold
DIY hot/cold side
DIY Exhaust
Megasquirt EFI
Garrett 98mm Turbo
C6 tranmission
~2,800 stall
3.55 gears
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Post  Northwest outlaw on August 25th 2009, 7:06 pm

Not my build it is wj build.

Block: A460 with bronze lifter sleeves

Crank: 4.5" Crover

Rods: 6.700 BME 396

Pistons: Venolia 4.6"

Heads: SCJ alum

Cam: Reed R310

Intake: Weiland tunnelram

Oil pan: Hamburger`s

Turbos: Masterpower superflow 5"
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Post  chappy89 on August 26th 2009, 6:08 pm

Here is my combo.

Block: C&C 10.32 RD aluminum block
Crank: LAE Kryptonite 4.5"
Rods: BME 426 6.700"
Pistons: Custom Diamond 4.600" 10:1
Heads: TEA custom ported TFS A460 18 bolt heads
Cam: Custom Comp grind
Intake: TFS with fuel injection done by Brian Shepard
Turbos: Twin Precision GT47-88 Garretts
Electronics: BS3, AMS 1000, Racepak, MSD 7531
Turbo system: Headers, crossovers, boost pipes, downpipes, built by me
Gates: Twin Tial 60mm
Fuel: Aeromotive Black hex drive pump (Atomic), Twin 160lb injectors, Weldon 2047 reg.
Oil: Moroso pan, Peterson WetVac external pump

Going in a stock suspension drag radial type car. We will run slicks or radials depending on race.

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Post  Northwest outlaw on September 7th 2009, 12:01 pm

sound like a cool build keep us posted.
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Post  chappy89 on September 8th 2009, 11:15 am

Thanks. Check out the new pics on the builds board.

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Post  -wj- on April 22nd 2010, 1:33 am

Here is 2010 version

A460 heads
- Custom sheetmetal tunnelram
A460 block
- Bme rods
- Venolia pistons 4.6"
- Crover crankshaft 4.5"
- Reed roller cam
- Moroso external oilpump. canton external remote filtter, Xrp lines
- Ati alum dampper
- Custom oilpan
Injection
- Veldhuizen special producs
- Enderle 15.7gpm pump
- 24 injectors
- xrp lines
Ignition:
- Mallory supermag IV
- Psi rev limiter
- Offset drive
Turbos:
- 2 Masterpower
- 2 60mm westgates
- Kkd motorsport headers


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Post  windsor on April 22nd 2010, 3:28 am

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Post  chappy89 on April 22nd 2010, 9:35 am




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Post  windsor on April 22nd 2010, 9:47 am

Nice, Chappy..........REAL nice!
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Post  chappy89 on April 22nd 2010, 9:53 am

Thanks! We are still experiencing some engine smoking/oiling problems. But I have the motor at Jeff Naiser's here in Houston. He will figure it out and we will be at the track real soon!

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Post  Northwest outlaw on April 22nd 2010, 10:11 am

Are you running a vac pump? I have talked to a few and the said they had that problem with the vac pump.
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Post  -wj- on April 22nd 2010, 10:30 am

chappy89 wrote:Thanks! We are still experiencing some engine smoking/oiling problems. But I have the motor at Jeff Naiser's here in Houston. He will figure it out and we will be at the track real soon!

Chappy
Nice build. pretty same as my build but you have alum block Smile

Looked damper. I have same damper. Do you damper middle part wrong direction or can that install how you want?
I have unfinished oilpump/ startter drive to dampper and its lots of easyer build if that middle part is like you have.

Some pics engine and unfinished header:
http://hevosvoima2.welcomnet.fi/uploads/images/gravedigger/2010/11042010274_1.jpg
http://hevosvoima2.welcomnet.fi/uploads/images/gravedigger/2010/pakosarja.jpg



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Post  chappy89 on April 22nd 2010, 12:45 pm

WJ-

Not real sure what you mean by the dampner middle part? My ATI came assembled. I will tell you that since I have a short snout crank I am using a small block balancer. Not sure if this is what u are asking. As far as I know, the balancer/dampner only goes on one way.

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Post  chappy89 on April 22nd 2010, 12:47 pm

Northwest outlaw wrote:Are you running a vac pump? I have talked to a few and the said they had that problem with the vac pump.

I am running a Peterson WetVac pump. The vacuum portion has always been pulling vacuum. We have never tried to run it without vacuum hooked up. I have tried adjusting the relief valve on the valve cover, but it hasn't done anything different. We are going to install head drains to drain oil from the head back to the pan. Each head holds about a quart each. So we think this could be adding to our oil problem.

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Post  chappy89 on April 22nd 2010, 1:06 pm

Here are what my headers look like...



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Post  Turbotime on December 4th 2010, 2:27 pm

We run drain backs from the heads (Kasse Hemi Style) to the oil pan with dry sump and opted not to run a vacuum pump.
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