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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-05-06, 10:35 PM Thread Starter
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im trying to find out how many kw's a 351 stroked to 380 with a double pumper carburettor would be putting out??? if anyone can help me find this out without using a dyno, then please let me know

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im trying to find out how many kw's a 351 stroked to 380 with a double pumper carburettor would be putting out??? if anyone can help me find this out without using a dyno, then please let me know
Flywheel or rear wheel figure???
You will never ever know with this very limited info. If i had to guess, it would be inbetween 195 rwkw and 280 rwkw. I think i would be close
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Hey Leeroy, you in Melbourne?

How common are 380 cubic inch strokers. I know of a lot of 378, 383 and 393 motors, but 380? How many has anyone seen?
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Hey Leeroy, you in Melbourne?

How common are 380 cubic inch strokers. I know of a lot of 378, 383 and 393 motors, but 380? How many has anyone seen?
Yeah im in melbourne.
i thought 380 was odd too, im looking at buying it and thats the info that i got given so i dont really have anything else to go on.
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How long is a peice of string , same question and the same answer , not enough infomation even to take a guess
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Hey Leeroy, you in Melbourne?

How common are 380 cubic inch strokers. I know of a lot of 378, 383 and 393 motors, but 380? How many has anyone seen?

I have a 15 year old Custom 398 cu in clevo stroker & i'm looking at putting together a 426 clevo stroker in the near future .

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To give any sort of an educated guess we need to know a lot more info. Like compression ratio, cam specs, manifold type, head work, carby, etc etc
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