What cam bore size did you end up going with and lifter bore size? Did you stay 9.2 or go 9.5? I heard you say 4.125 bore in the video.
I just from TMeyer that one was just finished at machine work, and guy, said he has never seen such a well designed, and accurate block.Yes, I would like to get one. I have a few projects to finish up and will be starting back in with Cleveland fox. They are costly but in my opinion worth it. I’ve been wanting on some feedback about them.
I will say I think it is a bit much for anything less than 400ci. In reality, it was only 2 hundredths quicker in1/4, with a dominator, compared to 4150 and ford motorsport intake. With such a big plenum, needs rpm, to work it. One of the best spacers deals I had was a 1 inch 4 hole super sucker, on top of a 1 inch spacer, I picked up 1.2 tenths compared to just a super sucker. Test it and report back Tater.Such a tall intake/plenum..... makes me reconsider adding a 1” spacer open on my 351C combo to a 1” HVH tapered spacer under the carb to work with my previous air pan that worked with the stroker Weezor combo with a Super Vic. Huge height difference between the two but half similar plenums. I figured not much to be gained in the 1/8 mile???
Yes, I have been surprised with spacers. Yes keep us posted on this. Stay Tuned...Will do Brother, I’ve decided to go with the open plastic 1” spacer along with the HVH tapered spacer on the Strip Donnie intake with my custom build 4150 carb. Just ordered a 1/2” alum carb riser plate n if I’ve measured right it should work perfectly height wise to the previous Weezor air pan. 6 to one n half dozen to the other but I like messing with this kinda stuff.