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Old 12-21-2005, 11:51 PM   #1
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Hows this for crate engine selection!!

http://www.bennettracing.com/crate.html

They have some pretty expensive engines there. A 2000hp supercharged 410!

I'd settle for this though, just as a good base for a turbo buildup though.


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If you are looking for the ultimate small block Ford engine look no further! This is the most powerful non-power adder crate engine we offer. This engine typically runs 8.50 to 8.90 on motor and mid to high 7's with 275 to 450hp nitrous. It uses the best parts available. A 975hp version is available
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Re: Hows this for crate engine selection!!

the 2000hp engine is just your run of the mill pro/outlaw car engine.
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Re: Hows this for crate engine selection!!

run of the mill, but still awesome.
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Re: Hows this for crate engine selection!!

and the 363ci 302 based motor is bs you cant get a 302 up to 363ci of displacement
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and the 363ci 302 based motor is bs you cant get a 302 up to 363ci of displacement
That is quite the stretch. Isn't 347 pretty much maxing out a 302? I would think to get to 363 you would need to bore it out so much the walls would be thin as hell...unless they are boring it way out and putting sleeves in it???? That would be about the only way I could think of to get that kind of displacement...or else they start with a very very very thick walled 302 block.
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Re: Hows this for crate engine selection!!

even if the bore was really thin you would still need the stroke to be more then the 3.45 or whatever the 347 is in a 302 block. the reason u cant run a 351 crank in the 302 is because of the added deckheight of the 351. 3.5" of stroke in a 302 is not going to happen.

a .060 over 302 is like 311+347=358 and a overbore like that would not last very long due to the paper thin walls.
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Re: Hows this for crate engine selection!!

Thats not using a stock cast block. If you buy the Man-o-war block, which is a small block ford, it can be stroked and poked to 470 cubic inches.

"Bennett Racing Basic Dart Shortblock 363 cubic inches"
Its not a Ford block, so they can do just about anything they want. The bottom end is clearanced and designed differently, along with larger cylinder banks.
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Re: Hows this for crate engine selection!!

thought it was just a regular sbf 302 block..thats explains alot then lol
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