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Join Date: Mar 2001
Location: Central Washington
427 small block specs?
Ok I found a place in Auburn, WA that will do all the machine work on my block. The problem is they have about a 9 month waiting list for their engine guru to get time to build the engine. After talking with them I also came to the realization that they are VERY expensive. I have no problem having them machine the block and balance it but I have checked and can get the parts alot cheaper else where. What I want to do is build a very stout, RELIABLE, pump gas 427 small block. What I need is some specs. What crank, what rods (length) Which pistons and also which heads? I have a World aluminum 400 mains block, and I will also run aluminum heads. Also on the heads I need combustion size. Also which cam? I plan on running a hyd roller. I dont plan on going over 6000-6500 rpm. Thanks alot!!
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