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Old 08-30-2005, 21:20   #1 (permalink)
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400ci with a set of 205cc CHI's

I'd be happy with that! Some of the NSW users might want to look into BK race engines.

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The engine is 400 ci has a 270@ .050 Roller and runs a tunnel ram. These heads were done by a shop in Sydney and then re-done by Bill from BK Engines, they did not flow particularly well, as they were a little second hand from their first failed attempt at porting.

[edit]205cc heads not 185cc. I got my wires crossed.

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Old 08-30-2005, 23:49   #2 (permalink)
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Re: 400ci with a set of 185cc CHI's

Any Other Specs On This Motor
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Re: 400ci with a set of 185cc CHI's

What would you like to know?
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Re: 400ci with a set of 185cc CHI's

whats it behave like sub 5K revs, awesome power.
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Re: 400ci with a set of 185cc CHI's

Now that would have to take me into the 11's.
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Re: 400ci with a set of 185cc CHI's

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Now that would have to take me into the 11's.
You bet, and probably over 600 meters!! Thats some pretty big power. They could stuff my porting up anyday if i get those results.
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Yeah but that engine is huge cost i bet.
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I'll see if any more info is available. I doubt it though as not everyone divulges their trade secrets. I know if I stumbled across something I'd keep tight lipped.
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