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Most of you know I've been building this F-ing thing for 3 yrs now.. I'll do some pics of before and after. Engine spec. A-460 block 4.6 bore Bryant billet crank, 4.5 stroke, chevy rods, chevy snout (blower) Oilver billet rods 6.8 Diamond blower
At what point should a person look at upgradeing to the 7/16 pushrods? Spring pressure and or RPM?
Okay, on a ford truck forum someone told me that a single pattern cam wasn't going to make my 460 happy. http://www.lunatipower.com/Product.aspx?id=2287&gid=245 What do you think? Its pretty radical if you ask me and my engine will probably love it.
What is the correct factory length on rear lower control arms. Thanks, Steve
I remember about a year ago the owner of 460ford.com was whinning about the cost of the site and members begged him to let them help out. He refused any help. And then maybe a few months later was demanding money. I thought that was kind of strange. So
For this year's Engine Masters I am building a small inch Boss 429 engine. About 430". I am wanting to buy a SCJ 4 bolt block or a Boss 9 block. I can sleeve it , but it needs to be 4.400 or smaller. It can have a cylinder cracked or caved in, etc.