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Cleveland parts on a M motor

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Post  DanH Thu 20 Aug - 2:33

limit on cubes. why not use a 9.2 Cleveland block? lower cost to build .

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Post  rmcomprandy Thu 20 Aug - 10:19

rmcomprandy wrote:How much money you have to spend will decide everything.
Instead of altering a bunch of stuff and costing time and money just get a custom piston made.
In the long term it will be the least costly.
Bush the 6.580" rod for a .927" pin if you want them full floating.

Last evening I talked with the new owners of CHI and they said they sold the last 10.3" manifold about 2 years ago and no more will be made so, only street type intake manifolds will not require spacers; all the high horsepower manifolds WILL.

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Post  the Coug Fri 21 Aug - 9:40

Just go with a 351 Cleveland Block it will be much easier to build and easier to find parts for But First you have to find a block that will clear @ .020 whom eve made this rule needs Kicked in the Cods .020 pistons will probably cost a little more than .030s.....
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