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1967 Dodge Dart Take 2

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Been there, done that. Managing cylinder pressure is key to making these things live at high power. I'm WAY away from MBT with Harrisons truck because I don't want to crack the block. We have the octane will support more, I'm more wears of the block integrity, even with the full fill he runs now. Been wondering about a full Modular sleeve motor on the next big build. Where that crack is, the 1/3rd fill wasn't going to help. It's too far up the bore.

 

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The block was closer to 1/2 to 2/3 filled. Bores were .005" over stock. After talking to a few people sounds like the drilling out and heli coiling for the 1/2 studs could have weakened the block. I think this has been are whole issue the entire time we haven't ran more then 19lbs boost.

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lol right now we only have about 10* in it and yes still dual plug. Have a Buford smart coil on each plug. I should never have issue blowing out spark I tell ya. ????

 

Troy

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