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Old 08-03-2010, 22:16   #1 (permalink)
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Hi there, Shane Ganong from Fort Mcmurray Alberta here. Building a 1 ton sazuki samuri and in it is going a 545 stroker.

Block= 78 lincoln 460, 75,000 original miles
Heads=DOVE-C, ported 219/176, manly race valves, comp springs
Cam= COMP Cams: Xtreme 4x4™, X4256H <BR> Strong Low End & Mid-Range Torque, Good Idle
lifters=http://www.compperformancegroupstores.com/store/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=CC&Product_Code=832-16&Category_Code=
rockers=pro comp magnum roller rockers
push rods= pro comp
Intake= weind stealth heads ported to match
Carb= 770 holley
Ignition=full MSD 6al, billit dist
Eagle rotating kit- Mahle forged 4032 -38.0cc inverted dome
ring size: 1.5mm 1.5mm 3.0mm
pin height: 1.350"
4.5000" stroke standard 4340 steel
Clevite CB743H rod bearings
Clevite MS1039V main bearings

Max rpm 5000 rpm

Well will this make for a good set up? Any suggestions?

What oil pump should i go with and sump for offroad application.


A company in a local city build one of these all cast, not sure of head sonfiguration but they were getting 580 hp 700 ftlbs.


thanks for any help
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Hi there, Shane Ganong from Fort Mcmurray Alberta here. Building a 1 ton sazuki samuri and in it is going a 545 stroker.

Block= 78 lincoln 460, 75,000 original miles
Heads=DOVE-C, ported 219/176, manly race valves, comp springs
Cam= COMP Cams: Xtreme 4x4™, X4256H <BR> Strong Low End & Mid-Range Torque, Good Idle
lifters=http://www.compperformancegroupstores.com/store/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=CC&Product_Code=832-16&Category_Code=
rockers=pro comp magnum roller rockers
push rods= pro comp
Intake= weind stealth heads ported to match
Carb= 770 holley
Ignition=full MSD 6al, billit dist
Eagle rotating kit- Mahle forged 4032 -38.0cc inverted dome
ring size: 1.5mm 1.5mm 3.0mm
pin height: 1.350"
4.5000" stroke standard 4340 steel
Clevite CB743H rod bearings
Clevite MS1039V main bearings

Max rpm 5000 rpm

Well will this make for a good set up? Any suggestions?

What oil pump should i go with and sump for offroad application.


A company in a local city build one of these all cast, not sure of head sonfiguration but they were getting 580 hp 700 ftlbs.


thanks for any help
5000 rpm with that cam and carburetor is going to make the engine labor to get there, but it will get there (and that's about it).

If this is for an off-road crawler, then torque you will certainly have. The engine will run very much like a bone stock 460, were it actually a 545.

Get rid of the ProCrap rockers and pushrods and instead purchase top quality valve train components; you are otherwise asking for major internal engine damage when the PC rocker arms begin to come apart while the engine is running.

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