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    Default New 598" BBC 840HP 91 Oct.

    Brand New 598, 91 Octane Pump Gas, Ran on Westech Dyno 1/8/16 840HP @ 6100 RPM Built for Marine Competition/Endurance ETC. Price is Less Than Cost to Build

    -Dart Big M 10.2
    -Scat Forged Crank 4.5"
    -Scat H Beam Forged Rods 6.700"
    -JE Pistons and Rings (Flat Top 4.600" 10.7:1 comp)
    -Comp Cams Hydraulic Roller Cam & Valve Train
    -RHS 375cc Runner 110cc Chamber Heads Ported at Bob Morgans
    -Manley Severe Duty and Inconel Valves
    -Edelbrock Super Victor Ported at Bob Morgans
    -Carb Shop 1150 cfm 3 Circuit Dominator
    -MSD
    -Stefs Custom Pan and Melling Pro Pump

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    $16,000
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    Nice build! -- can you give me the rundown on how you got to 10.7:1 CR with flat tops ? trying to get more out of mine.
    1975 Sanger True Flat - 496 BBC
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    Thanks, the bigger the engine CID the more the compression ratio will increase with a given chamber size and piston design. Basically you are compressing more air into the same given space. A typical 496 with a 112 or 118cc chamber will need a small dome piston to achieve 10.7:1.
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    Diamond Pistons has a very easy compression ratio calculator on their website if you want to play around with different combos
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    Bump Someone needs a nice 840HP river engine!!
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    Looks like it was still making power, any reason you didn't pull it above 6100?
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    Ran it to 6300 and it was done. Hydraulic Roller Deal
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    Bump
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    Default my sanger

    any body know the width of 68 sanger boat
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    You would have better luck getting your question answered in the V-Drive or Jet boat section. This is classified section
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    love to put that in my winger, taking to much money to set inside up.next is motor though.
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    Give me a call when you get ready
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