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Posted: Tue Dec 28, 2004 12:53 am 
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ok there is this guy i know who reckons he has a 366 clevo
is this possible????

it has ahad a 30 or 40 thou over bore, i know this will make increase teh capcity nut not by 15ci.
from what i know to make a 366 clevo it would need a custom crank and rods can anyone else confirm that this guy is talking through his pie hole!
also what are the bore and stroke on a 351 clevo?

ohh and wil la xy wagon with 200 rwhp and 2.78 diff do a 14.1 sec 1/4?

 

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Posted: Tue Dec 28, 2004 12:56 am 
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tis possible, but involves an offset ground crank

 

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Posted: Tue Dec 28, 2004 1:13 am 
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haha disco,,,

ok,,, the exact displacement in Cubic inches is pretty aproximate, due to teh fact teh guy that built the engine (only the short block remains) gave me all the specs on it verbally and said it had a 6 litre displacement now, after him and his mate were playing with it,, working that out in my head, is about 366ci, feel free to correct me if im wrong,,
its a mild very streetable setup, and has ran a best time of 14.0 and 14.1 in the wagon, should improve when i get the 3.1's off my desk and into the 9"

i think the bottom end is getting tired and when i do the rebuild im hopin for some more Ci's again.. using a 393 stroker crank and acl flat tops,, upping the compression ratio and fitting strongervalve springs as they float when it starts getting towards the top of the cam.

Ther's always money to spend. :)

 

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Posted: Tue Dec 28, 2004 1:29 am 
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From memory i think its 4.000 X 3.580 but i could be wrong, its been a while.

 

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Posted: Tue Dec 28, 2004 1:38 am 
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Francis, im not gonna argue with you, ive told you as much as i know, im not in trial here,,

As far as i know, the gtech is accurate to +/- 0.1sec, goin on spec and test sheets, but i didnt design the damn thing, i can only go on what ive read, in various places. and i ran a 14.100@ 161.0265 and 14.009 @ 156.7501 with 60"

We all know the damn car was barely runnin on the dyno day, and you can't dispute that i went home and got the car in the middle of teh day cause i wasnt going to run it due to mechanical irregularities,,, and when i did, it was to see what happens, and use it as a test,, obviously something, was very wrong, hence teh rediculous power curve,or should i say power stairs,,, and reading

Youve seen me flog you, and you run 14.9 at your best, and by the look of you in my rearview, hehe, i wouldnt be hard to guess at least .8 faster.,and thats NOT using the gtech,,

How do you like THEM apple's.,,, now leave me alone.

 

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4.00 x 3.50 inches (101.6 mm x 89.0 mm). ... 351 Cleveland. ...
the cubic capacity is bore X bore X stroke X number of cylinders X 0.7854

= 351.8592

a 30thou overbore = 357.156

40 thou overbore = 358.931

hence u do not have a 366 clevo as u state, unless u have ofset ground cran with the right size rods.

 

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Posted: Tue Dec 28, 2004 1:46 am 
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ahh, frank,,, look at the stroke i posted, then work it out.

and dude, i didnt put the mofo IN, im just going from what i was told when i bought the car, untill im proven otherwise, i.e when i change to a 393 crank and measure this one, then im going to assume teh guy that built the engine, did what he said,, ther'd be no reason to say its a 6 litre instead of a 5.8, its not a huge difference, and wouldnt have affected the purchace anyway,,, who knows franky at "3.580" perhaps it does have a "ofset ground cran" hahaha

 

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ohh and wil la xy wagon with 200 rwhp and 2.78 diff do a 14.1 sec 1/4?


If it weighs around 1550kgs it is probable, high 13's with "traction" and the right gearing, like a lot of cars out there, it is possible but hard to get without the setup for dragging.

 

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Francis, im not gonna argue with you, ive told you as much as i know, im not in trial here,
name is frank not francis get that right for 1 u d**k snap
your claims are on trial hence u are.
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We all know the damn car was barely runnin on the dyno day, and you can't dispute that i went home and got the car in the middle of teh day cause i wasnt going to run it due to mechanical irregularities,,, and when i did, it was to see what happens, and use it as a test,, obviously something, was very wrong, hence teh rediculous power curve,or should i say power stairs,,, and reading

ahh yes your expected exscuses
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Youve seen me flog you, and you run 14.9 at your best,
How do you like THEM apple's.,,, now leave me alone.

yes a 14.9 at the DRAG strip

and when have we had a run? i am yet to rember draging you at all.
we have been travelling down the same raod at spedd before yes and i slowed downs as doing more than 160 through the tunnel is plain stupid you have yet to flog me as you say
take you car donw to teh plex and proove me wrong

 

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frank, settle down and chill out dude
we dont know what's in his block, so for all we know there could be some pretty exotic gear in there, anything from:
1: a 400clevo crank and different rods
2: offset ground crank and a set of rods from god alone knows where
3: even a big $$ custom crank, stock length clevo rods
4: maybe it's been resleeved and retains a standard stroke crank and rods with oversized pistons
5: i'm not too sure on this one, but possibly it's a 400 block (not sure on the bore of the 400's, but IIRC it's a shade more than the 351)

theres a million and one different possibilities and combinations out there

 

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Posted: Tue Dec 28, 2004 2:18 am 
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frank, settle down and chill out dude
we dont know what's in his block, so for all we know there could be some pretty exotic gear in there, anything from:
1: a 400clevo crank and different rods
2: offset ground crank and a set of rods from god alone knows where
3: even a big $$ custom crank, stock length clevo rods
4: maybe it's been resleeved and retains a standard stroke crank and rods with oversized pistons
5: i'm not too sure on this one, but possibly it's a 400 block (not sure on the bore of the 400's, but IIRC it's a shade more than the 351)

theres a million and one different possibilities and combinations out there


Steve Williams in geraldton would be the man to ask, he created it, might be worth asking him for exact specs if he's still got them, him and his mate had some crazy stuff in his yard, van's with 350's, big block cougars and a crazy landcruiser 351.
local legend has it, and a few pics, that before he started the body restore on the Xy, that it had a ford 460 in it,,, hence the beefed up C4 and 31spline 9" then he dropped the smaller 351C block in, to reduce weight and understeer, i think he had his eyes on an XC for his 460, would be a monster.


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umm, frank brought them up, i just told him what i know, i dont know the duration of the cam i just put in, off the top of my head, does that mean i dont have a cam?
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Oh I need to rebuild the bottom end again, its getting a bit tired. Thats a quality 365 you had built then isnt it... Lasted a hell of a long time, I think not.

i didnt have it built, and he told me when i bought it, that it only had about 100K Km's left in the bottom end, i spent a bunch on teh heads a few months ago, and they beautyfull now, thx to Luke at Port Kennedy Performance.

 

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Posted: Tue Dec 28, 2004 3:27 am 
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and an eqation i did in my head on the spot, lol im stoked i was even close :)
he said about 6 litres, i said 366ci, .14 off

 

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Cleaned up thread !

Keep this on topic people - flaming can be kept off the tech forums thanks :)

Cheers,
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Posted: Tue Dec 28, 2004 1:15 pm 
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Cleaned up thread !

Keep this on topic people - flaming can be kept off the tech forums thanks :)

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Just Frank on the piss again, to drunk to know V8 Workshop is not flaming. :lol:

 

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