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Is there anyone that have experience with a A460 block with 4.75" stroke is this to much stroke for this block or can it handle it with a mild set up 750 HP reving it to 6200 rpm. any input estimated and use is street/strip. Thanks
A few months ago I decided to sell my sport bike and build an old school cafe style bike. I picked up a 77 Yamaha RD400. It is close to being done. Here are some pics. When I first brought it home: While I was replacing every bearing and
That's what a guy was trying to tell me.
CHEVY SMALLBLOCK V-8 BORE AND STROKE 262 = 3.671" x 3.10" (Gen. I, 5.7" rod) 265 = 3.750" x 3.00" ('55-'57 Gen.I, 5.7" rod) 265 = 3.750" x 3.00" ('94-'96 Gen.II, 4.3 liter V-8 "L99", 5.94"
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Interesting story about a clean 2-stroke from Rotax powering SkiDoos. http://www.snowmobile.com/manufacturers/ski-doo/2009-ski-doo-mxz-adrenaline-600-etec-review-722.html Here's the first interesting writing I've seen on YouTube and it's about this
I thought this was an interesting small article on Barnetts AMC engines. But I believe Jeff Clew got it wrong in the article about the fully enclosed cruisers, they were 25T powered not Villiers,