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McPhail's Next Power-Plant !!!

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Engine Pro 5X, Aug 16, 2012.

  1. The Artist-At-Large has summoned me to build another engine for his next custom !! Any guess on what we're building ??? >>>>.
     

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  2. chaddilac
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    Crosley 4 cyl? :D
     
  3. Pontiac Super Duty 4 banger??
     
  4. alchemy
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    I don't recognize the crank, but the piston on the bench looks like flathead Ford.
     
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  5. Cox .049 Tee-Dee (With the pull start!)??

    Doc.
     
  6. Phil1934
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  7. 40StudeDude
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    Black and Decker...???

    R-
     
  8. 49toad
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    Briggs & Stratton
     
  9. 49ratfink
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    I can't stand the suspense.
     
  10. oj
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    I'd guess a ford, maybe an FE? It has a flange on the crank end and the throws aren't cross drilled.
     
  11. Why should it matter, just like a good kustom owner, he never raises the hood.

    P.S. Bruce: thanks for building me a such a nice 350. I couldn't be happier with it (once I ironed out the bugs on my end).
     
  12. Crankhole
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    you really need to mow your lawn instead of posting photos on HAMB
     
  14. lippy
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    Pratt and Whitney?:)
     
  15. Thanks Jason !! It's cats like you guys that make my job easy !!! >>>>.
     
  16. el Scotto
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    Black and Decker Aquarium Pump
     
  17. 5 mains....dont think is a banger!
     
  18. I don't recognize the crank, but it looks like a fairly short stroke. High RPM screamer perhaps????
     
  19. flatout51
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    2000cc ford.

    Sent from my DROID device using the TJJ mobile app
     
  20. It's a V8 of some sort...the rod journals are double-drilled...shared journals.

    As for stroke, you're only seeing centerline to rod journal....you gotta double that, too! Looks like at least a 4" stroke!!!
     
  21. 3wLarry
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    inline 8?
     
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  22. PackardV8
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    1958-81 Ford 534" truck V8.

    jack vines
     
  23. 49ratfink
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    I'm no longer interested.
     
  24. Larry you are close !!! >>>>.
     
  25. 1- shot slinger
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  26. another good guess !! >>>>.
     
  27. landseaandair
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    Can't be an inline with siamesed rod journals. Buick Nailhead?
     
  28. 1- shot slinger
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    That was my next guess...a 401.
     
  29. landseaandair
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    Or if it is an inline...Pontiac Tempest 4 cylinder.
     

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