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Old 10-05-2009, 18:28   #1 (permalink)
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Cleveland Stroker Build

Hey guys, I was wanting you opinion on this build I have.

351 Cleveland Block bored 020 over (deck height of 9.213)

AFD heads (4V version) (64cc chamber)
Small Block Ford Cylinder Heads
^^^Scroll down for the second chart of flow numbers.

Eagle cast Steel stroker crank (3.850'')

Scat forged chevy 5.850 rods

Sportsman racing forged aluminum pistons flat top, two valve reliefs (1.425'')
+5cc of dish

victor intake

850 cfm holley

and a .0210 copper gasket to give me a total of 0.033 inches between the piston and the cylinder head.

11.5:1 compression ratio w/ quench area =D

390ci

How is this build and what cam to run?
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