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Originally Posted by Slitherbeast Ronnie, For your engine build, Did you do any oiling mods to the rotating assembly? Just ...



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Old 09-07-2016, 08:24 PM
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Ronnie, For your engine build, Did you do any oiling mods to the rotating assembly?
Just the little bath-tubs in the upper (block) main saddles, coated the Gen IV bearings, rounded off some oil passages and went to a (1) piece shuttle for the relief.
Oh, and 0-30 to reduce oil pressure a bit.

Crank was hardened & polished and with the new main caps, trued (align-bored) on all axis.

NO pressure wavering using a LARGE mechanical oil pressure dial-gauge during 6500+ runs.

So...No, there was no side rod clearance increase/decrease nor oil-hole mods to the crank.

I left the OEM crank-scraper in place.

Thousands of miles and still going strong...

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2005 QC

Unported Street-Strikers, Unported Intake, Headers, etc.

226/228 on a 115

11:1 on pump gas

600.3/598.2 Dynojet through the auto and cats.

I think it was 387 when I bought it brand new in 2005

600.3 divided by 505 cubic inch= 1.18 hp per cubic inch through the auto. Or 1.23 hp per cubic inch IF it was through a standard... But it isn't.
Past couple of tanks 19 Imperial miles per gallon.

So the engine seems to be efficient.

Im happy with that.
Nice numbers
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Cam numbers above are wrong; should read 234/236 on a 115, .630"

The rest is all good.

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505 C.I.

15.7L/100 km.
5600 pounds
11.88@115 in "D" for Drive

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Full B&B Exhaust WITH Cats
Unported Street-Striker Heads w Custom Roller
Unported O.E.M. Intake Manifold
FSTJACK Hand-Ported TB
MONSTER R/X Dual-Vacuum Catch-Can
A built 48RE transmission that actually keeps working!
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