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what cubic inch is a 10.2 deck aftermarket block with 4.560 bore, 6.535 rods, 4.5 crank?

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what cubic inch is a 10.2 deck aftermarket block with 4.560 bore, 6.535 rods, 4.5 crank?

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588what cubic inch is a 10.2 deck aftermarket block with 4.560 bore, 6.535 rods, 4.5 crank?

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4.56 x 4.56 = 20.7936 x 4.5 = 93.5712 x .7854 = 73.4908 x 8 = 587.92656ci

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There are a couple of ways to do the calculation. I always do it this way:what cubic inch is a 10.2 deck aftermarket block with 4.560 bore, 6.535 rods, 4.5 crank?

Bore/2 = r (radius) x r x pi (3.1416) x stroke X #of cylinders.

So : 4.56/2= 2.280x2.280 (r sq) x 3.1416 (pi) x4.5 (stroke) x 8 = 587.92 cu.in

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thanx jon, i've got a engine calculator at home i rely too much onThere are a couple of ways to do the calculation. I always do it this way:

Bore/2 = r (radius) x r x pi (3.1416) x stroke X #of cylinders.

So : 4.56/2= 2.280x2.280 (r sq) x 3.1416 (pi) x4.5 (stroke) x 8 = 587.92 cu.in

Hope that helps.

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Ebay!! I bought one for 1700 and some change including shipping!!!

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found a few 9.8 decks near that price, but no tall decks. my uncle is ready to upgrade his block from the ole m4 125 dealio to a nice block, so i suggested we pick up a few more cubes while we're at itEbay!! I bought one for 1700 and some change including shipping!!!

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We are a Dart WD give me a call. Dart blocks use 2 piece rear main seals so your Mark IV crank will work.found a few 9.8 decks near that price, but no tall decks. my uncle is ready to upgrade his block from the ole m4 125 dealio to a nice block, so i suggested we pick up a few more cubes while we're at it

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Yes, then there is the hard way!There are a couple of ways to do the calculation. I always do it this way:

Bore/2 = r (radius) x r x pi (3.1416) x stroke X #of cylinders.

So : 4.56/2= 2.280x2.280 (r sq) x 3.1416 (pi) x4.5 (stroke) x 8 = 587.92 cu.in

Hope that helps.

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I can't remember what to do with the .7854 #Yes, then there is the hard way!

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