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    ok guys i have had alot of questions on my " BIG MONSTER"...well i didnt do much of the foot work a good friend did all i did was dish out money and do some wrenching...lol well heres most of the specs i have and can get any more if anyone wants to know....

    FORD 528ci

    BLOCK- 1970 dove A casting bored .060, decked to 10.300 and lined honed.

    CRANK- 4.300 stroke, 4340 forged scat unit.

    RODS- 6.800 long oliver billet.

    PISTONS- 4.420 bore custom domed with light weight pins, 13.5:1 compression.

    BALANCER- ATI light weight alum super damper.

    RINGS- victor plasma moly.

    BEARINGS- clevite bearings.

    GIRDLE- canton.

    HEADS- TFS A460 heads, full port job.

    VALVES- stainless steal.

    ROCKER AND HEAD STUDS- ARP.

    CAM DRIVE- Danny Bee belt drive.

    CAM SPEC- [email protected] .050 I&E and .800+lift on a 112CL

    CAM- custon solid roller, comp cam.

    LIFTERS- comp cam.

    ROCKERS- comp cam.

    INTAKE- A460 gasket matched.

    CARB- quick fuel 1250 DOM with all the bells and whistles...

    on the DYNO the motor made 887hp @ 7000rpm and 725ft/lb @5900rpm...

    with some more tuning i hope to break 900hp and a crap ton more torque....This build was matched from a ford guys build a friend of a friend did and he ran mid to high 8's on the track... well here are a few pics...
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    Quote Originally Posted by harley222 View Post
    ok guys i have had alot of questions on my " BIG MONSTER"...well i didnt do much of the foot work a good friend did all i did was dish out money and do some wrenching...lol well heres most of the specs i have and can get any more if anyone wants to know....

    FORD 528ci

    BLOCK- 1970 dove A casting bored .060, decked to 10.300 and lined honed.

    CRANK- 4.300 stroke, 4340 forged scat unit.

    RODS- 6.800 long oliver aluminum.

    PISTONS- 4.420 bore custom domed with light weight pins, 13.5:1 compression.

    BALANCER- ATI light weight alum super damper.

    RINGS- victor plasma moly.

    BEARINGS- clevite bearings.

    GIRDLE- canton.

    HEADS- TFS A460 heads, full port job.

    VALVES- stainless steal.

    ROCKER AND HEAD STUDS- ARP.

    CAM DRIVE- Danny Bee belt drive.

    CAM SPEC- [email protected] .050 I&E and .800+lift on a 112CL

    CAM- custon solid roller, comp cam.

    LIFTERS- comp cam.

    ROCKERS- comp cam.

    INTAKE- A460 gasket matched.

    CARB- quick fuel 1250 DOM with all the bells and whistles...

    on the DYNO the motor made 887hp @ 7000rpm and 725ft/lb @5900rpm...

    with some more tuning i hope to break 900hp and a crap ton more torque....This build was matched from a ford guys build a friend of a friend did and he ran mid to high 8's on the track... well here are a few pics...
    I HATE FORD'S>>>> THEY SUCK!!!! kidding
    Why aluminum rods in a lake boat engine, or is this engine a 1/4 mile girl?





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    well i wanted it as light as i could get it and like i said this was a "copy" build and thats what the guy used, and he did use it for the strip ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by harley222 View Post
    well i wanted it as light as i could get it and like i said this was a "copy" build and thats what the guy used, and he did use it for the strip ...

    Another Ford that was just built:

    http://www.performanceboats.com//showthread.php?t=64001

    You said you have a bunch of questions in your first post, what are they. Are you trying to figure out how to get an extra 13 hp to top 900?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleeper CP View Post
    Another Ford that was just built:

    http://www.performanceboats.com//showthread.php?t=64001

    You said you have a bunch of questions in your first post, what are they. Are you trying to figure out how to get an extra 13 hp to top 900?

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    no i didnt have questions a few guys had them for me lol...but the motor is gunna get a different intake and a few different things and i hope to reach 900hp..

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    What intake are you going to ?

    What oil did it get dyno'ed with ?

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    Harley, I didn't know oliver made aluminum rods....
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    there billet not alum...

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    Curious if you have the flow numbers on your heads ?

    Your engine made 1.68 hp/cu. in which is damn good my 565 w/a-460's made 1.65 hp/cu. in with 12:1 compression


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    i dont but i can find out...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleeper CP View Post
    Curious if you have the flow numbers on your heads ?

    Your engine made 1.68 hp/cu. in which is damn good my 565 w/a-460's made 1.65 hp/cu. in with 12:1 compression


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    here ya go CP.....

    They have received only a bowl blend and gasket match and flow over 400 cfm @ 28” @ .800 on the intake and over 290 cfm @ 28” at .800 on the exhaust with some very impressive mid flows.

    Valves – Stainless Steel, 2.30 intake and 1.88 exhaust

    Springs – 1.625 diameter, 2.0 installed height and provide 300# pressure on seat

    Retainers – 10 Degree Titanium

    Rocker and Head Studs – ARP

    Guide Plates – TFS

    also not sure on the intake yet still have awhile before im gunna put it in a boat...and valvoline straight 50w. and pending on funds i mite change sum things and put a blower on it...
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    Nice mill Harley. What kind of fuel you running in it?
    76 COLE TR2

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    Race gas, no allky...sorry guys lol but i think in gunna go with a blower set up so some things are gunna change a bit...i thought about E85 but i just dont know anything about it but im gunna do my home work a bit before i rule it out.. thanks tony

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    I`d go Alky, but what the hell I`m addicted I love the stuff, you have plenty of compresion for it.
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