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Got this D9 block to replace my D1VE.
Long story short-I have to use the crank from the D1 unless I want to change my motor mounts due to counter weight interference.
So, I whipped out the die grinder and took out just enough material in about 10 spots to clear the crank.
Made a paper feeler gauge and I have about .050"-.055" clearance at all the mod spots.
Other than a little de-burring at the bottom of 2 of the cylinder bores I should be good, right?
Looks like I have plenty of clearance and did not go into any water jackets or anything like that.
 

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You will probably be fine,with that being said i would not be messing with a stock stroke crank with a 460s rather tall deck and chineese stroker cranks being so cheap..
you are leaving huge amounts of power on the table:)st
 
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