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i've seen that car run ran well but behind this dart at this race
Welcome aboard @Dale Davies !!!! Glad you were searching that long ago. Nice find on the old thread. Don’t mind the dead thread comments, there replies should be coupled with this —> Go introduce yourself in the new guy forum and post up some of your pictures of your ride!
This, I love! Oh yeaaaaaa!
If it is your dream to build a 5 liter SBM engine for the street and or track you should do it, I would love to see it done. They were some great very successful 5 litre engines like the Z28 and Boss 302. The TransAm series is rich in our history. If you cant follow dreams life is going to be very dull.
Mom always said, “Don’t settle when you can afford it otherwise it will just turn into regret.” You only live on this planet once, so enjoy it! Have fun and make it as exciting as you can.
a few more. That Yellow Dart ran here too.
wish i could find the pic of the engine , had a low rise crossram intake , i wanted to buy it but no way they would sell . sounded mean as could be . hope the OP uilds his dream , if i had a few more $$ i'd build a Ritter alu block and destroke it so i could run 9000 + rpm , no way a stock block valvetrain can hit 9000 unless you are a rocket scientist like ohyeah
can't forget this guy
The other short stroke crank for an LA motor is the forged crank from a 301 ci Poly motor. It's a bolt in except that it has the 8 bolt Hemi crank bolt pattern so an easy swap with a hemi flex plate.
isn't the bolting surface of the crank in an different spot then modern cranks ?
You mean where the torque converter or flywheel bolt up? There are different dimensions for what’s bolted to it. I forget, I don’t remember exactly what it is.
The crank flange is farther back because the torque convertor had studs that went forward through the flange.