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Old 05-10-2006, 11:07 PM
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Here are a few pics of my 3V longblock rebuilt by Al Papitto-Boss 330 Racing. It consists of a Windsor iron block, forged internals, a custom trick valvetrain job by Boss 330, Moroso oil pan, ATI dampner, and JPC pulleys. The motor will handle 1000 or so HP as well as spin to 9K rpm safely. Waiting on the hairdryer for some strong daily driven power.
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Looks perdy. Got any flow#'s on those heads? Or you want to keep it hush hush? -Mark
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What bore and stroke does that engine have?

Looks real nice!
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Originally Posted by 169stang
Here are a few pics of my 3V longblock rebuilt by Al Papitto-Boss 330 Racing. It consists of a Windsor iron block, forged internals, a custom trick valvetrain job by Boss 330, Moroso oil pan, ATI dampner, and JPC pulleys. The motor will handle 1000 or so HP as well as spin to 9K rpm safely. Waiting on the hairdryer for some strong daily driven power.
good decision to go with Al, good luck with your new combo
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Originally Posted by Bitemark46
Looks perdy. Got any flow#'s on those heads? Or you want to keep it hush hush? -Mark
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Originally Posted by Larry
What bore and stroke does that engine have?

Looks real nice!
I can't say for fact....it was bored .020. I'm pretty sure the stroke is as factory spec. I believe it's roughly 4.7*L.
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Originally Posted by Night Train
good decision to go with Al, good luck with your new combo
Where abouts in Pittsburgh are you? I suppose you're on Steel city stangs.com as well? My wife's from New Brighton (NW 55 miles of Pitt).
How's that track just East of Pittsburgh?
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I can't say for fact....it was bored .020. I'm pretty sure the stroke is as factory spec. I believe it's roughly 4.7*L.
With a .020 overbore that makes a bore size of 3.57. Stroke would have to be about 4.12 to equal 330 cubic inches.
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Originally Posted by 169stang
Where abouts in Pittsburgh are you? I suppose you're on Steel city stangs.com as well? My wife's from New Brighton (NW 55 miles of Pitt).
How's that track just East of Pittsburgh?
i live east of pgh toward the track. it's not a bad track but the compond sucks and so does the management. im on scs too, check us out some time
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Originally Posted by Larry
With a .020 overbore that makes a bore size of 3.57. Stroke would have to be about 4.12 to equal 330 cubic inches.
Ummm who said it was a 330 c.i engine?
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