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    Default Wizbang's Engine Spec Sheet

    He asked me to post it up. Was Excel, now PDF since can't upload excel to forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rexone View Post
    He asked me to post it up. Was Excel, now PDF since can't upload excel to forum.
    It's blank
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    I know. You would think that a guy that posts a build sheet would at least fill in the blanks. WTF

    What do you expect from a guyb that has WIZ in his user name and can't even post a simple build sheet without help from an admin. WIZ? Really? At what?



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    Looks fine to me ? Thanks Rex !!!!

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    Where's the K motor or SE motor, did you use invisible ink?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wizbang View Post
    Looks fine to me ? Thanks Rex !!!!
    Which hole do I but the burnt pistons in?

    Lifter bore clearance. Really Brian. If I turn the block over on the stand, and forget the lifters are installed, and they all fall out, their perfect!

    Thanks Brian. Its a good sheet.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Icy View Post
    Where's the K motor or SE motor, did you use invisible ink?

    It's a worksheet for you to use on your next K engine build.
    That way you know what you did after you race it for years and not tear it down !

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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    Which hole do I but the burnt pistons in?

    Lifter bore clearance. Really Brian. If I turn the block over on the stand, and forget the lifters are installed, and they all fall out, their perfect!

    Thanks Brian. Its a good sheet.

    Depends on the race, #5 or #8 :o( Aluminum or cast iron blocks, different lifter brands, lifter trued blocks,,, C'mon GN

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    Quote Originally Posted by wizbang View Post
    It's a worksheet for you to use on your next K engine build.
    That way you know what you did after you race it for years and not tear it down !
    Was a joke. I wouldn't know where to begin.

    If the right boat comes up I'll be humping this forum section for 350 SBC information for the SE class...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Icy View Post
    Was a joke. I wouldn't know where to begin.

    If the right boat comes up I'll be humping this forum section for 350 SBC information for the SE class...
    I used to think that you could build a S.E. small block with a blind fold on, use what ever parts were laying around, sweep the floor for more, use left over Ford small block parts where they fit, still make more than enough power and have it live for 5 year easy. Damn if those S.E. guys didn't show me you can blow up some pretty nice stuff with no sweat. I still think you have to work at it. It can't be that easy to build a small block chevy that only last one weekend, or less.

    Quote Originally Posted by wizbang View Post
    Depends on the race, #5 or #8 :o( Aluminum or cast iron blocks, different lifter brands, lifter trued blocks,,, C'mon GN
    I get it Brian. Its a sheet for people that can afford to build real race engines.



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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    I used to think that you could build a S.E. small block with a blind fold on, use what ever parts were laying around, sweep the floor for more, use left over Ford small block parts where they fit, still make more than enough power and have it live for 5 year easy. Damn if those S.E. guys didn't show me you can blow up some pretty nice stuff with no sweat. I still think you have to work at it. It can't be that easy to build a small block chevy that only last one weekend, or less.
    S.E. might turn into a very expensive class. I didn't see anything ruling out high HP 350s that have an electronic throttle control where speed is restricted at the maximum by getting the current speed off the GPS or water speed indicators.

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    their first problem is getting to 85.
    Trust me, you have nooooooo idea about the man holding the reins on that class. he could take your wiz bang(sorry Brian) little electronic control, rip it from your boat, and not return for 2 years if likes. Think Stalin, not Thomas Jefferson. He is 100% in control of the class and he is no BS. Playing games could get you benched for a race, or a season depending on his mood. he has only begun to write rules for the class. You'll NEVER think of something he didn't think of, before you were born.



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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    their first problem is getting to 85.
    Trust me, you have nooooooo idea about the man holding the reins on that class. he could take your wiz bang(sorry Brian) little electronic control, rip it from your boat, and not return for 2 years if likes. Think Stalin, not Thomas Jefferson. He is 100% in control of the class and he is no BS. Playing games could get you benched for a race, or a season depending on his mood. he has only begun to write rules for the class. You'll NEVER think of something he didn't think of, before you were born.

    LMAO

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    Wiz,

    The blank cell to the right of rod bolt torque might be labeled rod bolt stretch.

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