Chevy Small Block Part 28 - Jackpot!

PT. 28-It's The Best Combination Yet

Mike Petralia Dec 1, 2004 0 Comment(s)
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Keeping a dyno engine alive for literally thousands of pulls means a strict maintenance schedule. DM owes its lifeblood to the folks at Royal Purple, whose synthetic motor oil gets changed regularly and has kept DM's heart beating strong for a long, long time.

Danger Mouse specs for Part 28 - Test 45355 cid, 10.0:1 cr, 4.030-bore 4-bolt Motown block, 3.48-stroke Lunati crank, 5.7-inch Lunati rods, Lunati flat-top forged pistons, Speed-Pro moly rings, Edelbrock E-Tec 170 heads (64cc chambers, 170cc intake ports, 70cc exhaust ports, 1.94" intake valves, 1.55" exhaust valves), Edelbrock Performer RPM Air Gap intake manifold, Edelbrock Performer RPM hydraulic roller camshaft installed at 105-degree intake CL (234/238 @ .050, 296/300 adv, .574/.584 lift w/ COMP 1.6:1 rockers, 112 LS), 36 degrees total advance, 91-octane. Tested on Speed-O-Motive's DTS dyno.

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Sources

Comp Cams
Memphis, TN 38118
800-999-0853
http://www.compcams.com
Royal Purple
Porter, TX 77365
888-382-6300
www.royalpurple.com
Moroso Performance Products
Guilford, CT 06437
203-453-6571
www.moroso.com
Speed-O-Motive
West Covina, CA 91790
626-869-0270
www.speedomotive.com
Speed-Pro
Muskegon, MI 49443,

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