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How well are your pistons holding up to a nos hit????

How big of a shot??????

What pin ht. do you use?????

Do you like this engine combo or wish you had built something diffrent?????????


9.0 block.........
 

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200 so far with 1.07 CH if I remember correctly. I may or may not try 250. 150-200 is fun and I need to learn how to make the car use all of the power anyways.

I wish I would have done a 400 cube SBC with a turbo under the bumper.:D
 

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Almost everyone in our class runs a 4.125 or 4.155 bore with a 3.875 stroke. The ones that do are running 5.85 or even 6 inch rods. And everybody sprays at least 300. Mines a 6 inch rod combo, been sprayed with anything from 210 to 350. I know a lot of guys will tell you to run the short rod, but there's a lot of guys with 6 inch rods that don't have problems
 

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Almost everyone in our class runs a 4.125 or 4.155 bore with a 3.875 stroke. The ones that do are running 5.85 or even 6 inch rods. And everybody sprays at least 300. Mines a 6 inch rod combo, been sprayed with anything from 210 to 350. I know a lot of guys will tell you to run the short rod, but there's a lot of guys with 6 inch rods that don't have problems
How fast are they running in that class?
 

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They gotta weigh at least 3100, most have aftermarket blocks, the ones that do have to weigh 3200. We also have to run a single entry point, single set of solenoids plate system and a 4150 on a 275-60 DR with stock type suspension. The fast cars are running low, low 5.50's with typical 60 ft's in the high 1.20's to low 1.30's

They also have a turbo standard but the rules are pretty well nitrous weighted, the way they are it's hard for a turbo car to make the power in this class.
 
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