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    It would be a balmy 85* in Steel's shop if he would move a little faster

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    Quote Originally Posted by 71hallett View Post
    have connecting rods that weigh more than that things whole bob weight



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    Quote Originally Posted by 71hallett View Post
    small block? that bobweight is super light!

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    Yep, sbc. New motor for the hydro.
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    Super zinger!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    Super zinger!!!
    Might be just enought to run over the odd GN boat. lol
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    Ever get about 99% done something and then reality sets in and you realize you are probably building your own coffin?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 71hallett View Post
    Ever get about 99% done something and then reality sets in and you realize you are probably building your own coffin?
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    Not too bad, but could stand to loose a few grams!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warp Speed View Post
    Not too bad, but could stand to loose a few grams!
    How would this compare to one of yours?.....ballpark. This one is a 3.24 stroke 6.125 rod 4.070 bore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 71hallett View Post
    How would this compare to one of yours?.....ballpark. This one is a 3.24 stroke 6.125 rod 4.070 bore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    "I'm sorry sir, but that information is only available on a need-to-know basis."
    LOL Probably right. Just curious on some numbers. I guess what I am getting at is lighter the better but it also gets to the point where parts just dont take it anymore...piston tops can only be so thin and you can only bore so much out of the skirts, pin area exc. rods can only get so light before they will just explode. You can take a bunch off a crank but on something like this (hydro) ...maybe I am wrong but when the prop is in and out of the water constantly there must be a point where they will spin a little too "free". Constant load / unload cant be the easiest on stuff? Almost wondering if I should put a flywheel on it instead of the flex plate? I am all ears!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 71hallett View Post
    How would this compare to one of yours?.....ballpark. This one is a 3.24 stroke 6.125 rod 4.070 bore.
    3.250-3.260 stroke, 6.? rod, 4.175+ bore. They are right at 1550g total bob. You have to remember that all these pieces have mandated minimum weights by Nascar or they could/would be lighter. These weights (in the right places, with the right pieces) will run 10,000+ rpm's at 850+ hp all day long!!
    Our current valve train/cam profiles are the limiting factor right now as we have gear rules that keep the rpm's right at or under 9800 depending on the track so they are cammed/valve speed limited around that rpm range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warp Speed View Post
    3.250-3.260 stroke, 6.? rod, 4.175+ bore. They are right at 1550g total bob. You have to remember that all these pieces have mandated minimum weights by Nascar or they could/would be lighter. These weights (in the right places, with the right pieces) will run 10,000+ rpm's at 850+ hp all day long!!
    Our current valve train/cam profiles are the limiting factor right now as we have gear rules that keep the rpm's right at or under 9800 depending on the track so they are cammed/valve speed limited around that rpm range.
    Thanks for the info. I fugured I had to be close....took a little more out of the pistons but would still say you have about 30 or so on me.
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