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Aug 21st, 2002 at 10:06am

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Here is GrandSportC3 383/465 HP stroker Engine:

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383/465 HP stroker Engine featuring: * fully CNC machined and decked 350 block (4 bolt) * steel stroker crank * Speedpro Pistons * Dart Iron Eagle 215cc heads (64cc chambers) with 2.05/1.60 valves - stage 1 ported * Lunati 1.5 ratio Roller Rockers * Custom solid cam: 238/248 degrees @ .050, .525/.540 lift * Edelbrock Torker TM-1 (Tarantula) Intake - fully ported and matched * Holley 80528 HP Drag Race Carb (750 mech. secondaries) * 2 1/4 inch K&N filter on 1 1/4 inch drop base * Tremec TKO 5-speed * stock 3.55's
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Reply #1 - Aug 21st, 2002 at 12:54pm
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Here is GrandSportC3 motor:


Thanks Jack for posting the picture!!!

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Reply #2 - Aug 22nd, 2002 at 12:37am

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Jacks77 Balanced & Blueprinted 383 Stroker

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TRW Forged 3.750 Stroke Crank - TRW Forged Flat Top Pistons COMP. Ratio: 58cc = 11.1-1, 64cc = 10.3-1, moly Rings - Crane Cams 284, with 284° of duration, 228° of duration @ 0.050 in. lift, and 0.488 in. of lift - TRW roller timing chain set, Red Roller Rockers;1.60 ratio - Heads ported/polished, w/ 2.02/1.60 valves - Edelbrock Manifold Polished RPM Air-Gap #75011 - Carter Competition Series 800 cfm carburetor - Hedman Full Length Headers w/ Flowmasters 40 Series; 2-1/2" straight back, no cats -  TH350 3spd auto with a 2600 stall and a B&M shift kit, 3:08 gears (soon 3:90)
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Reply #3 - Aug 22nd, 2002 at 2:32am
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My current buildup:

* .040 over splayed 4 bolt
* filled w/ hard block
* deck plugs
* modified oil returns (some grinding here & there)
* JR 22cc dished pistons w/ cassidium coated wristpins
* Carillo 6"rods w/ 7/16 CARR SPS-S/J bolts
* No crank yet Wink
* Mallory Unilite & Accel super coil + Taylor spiro wires
* Milodon gear drive
* Solid roller cam & horizontal-bar spring loaded rollers
* Harland Sharp 1,6 RR
* Piss poor heads Wink looking for a set of Brodix around 200-210 cc
* Copy of a moon crossram (custom cast, slightly bigger)
* 4 Dellorto DHLA 45 Tri-Jets
* Custom fuel lines
* 2 Malpassi FPR
* 2 Rotomaster T04B turbochargers & Rotomaster wastegates
* AMW pop off valve
* Behr alu/carbonfiber intercoolers (2) Callaway -the speiss- experimental units
* KRC powersteering pump
* Stock car products crank driven driveline oil pump (a single stage dry sump pump)
This all is coupled to
* Remote oil filters & coolers
* Fluidyne NASCAR radiator & Fluidyne oil cooler
* ZF-6 speed w/ LT5 pressure plate

That's about it (some of it not in this mockup picture)

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Edit! Here's my intercoolers Smiley hope you guys don't mind Cheesy

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Marck







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Reply #4 - Sep 1st, 2002 at 3:22pm

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C3_Shark_Tank's  8) 383 stroker
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Reply #5 - Sep 27th, 2002 at 9:05pm

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:idea: If members have photo's they want posted and don't have a host or place to store them... IM or email me the pics and I will host them for you and even post them if needed.  :idea:
 

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Reply #6 - Sep 28th, 2002 at 9:10pm
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My Plain Jane Engine. Like a lawn mower engine compared to what you guys are running.  Grin
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Reply #7 - Sep 29th, 2002 at 3:56am

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My Plain Jane Engine. Like a lawn mower engine compared to what you guys are running.  Grin

Look's nice Chuckster! Just like an original 77 motor should! :thumbsup:
 

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Reply #8 - Oct 6th, 2002 at 7:35pm

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Here is our new member "ken" 1977 engine:
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Reply #9 - Nov 15th, 2002 at 3:18am

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Here is our newest member MDVZ06 engine
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Reply #10 - Nov 24th, 2002 at 7:52pm
herman   Ex Member

 
Bought this one in 97 it had 67000 miles on it. Just pulled it out of the garage where it has been sitting since Nov. of 99.
I pulled the front suspension out this week for a rebuild. The car was put up because it got a little hairy around my favorite turn Wink and it was a little hard to pass the smog test.  Angry
My wonderful state of North Carolina grandfathered the car this year so no more smog tests.  Grin
I do however still have to retain the original smog equipment but the horsepower will continue to climb.  8) heh.
I've been collecting parts for the last few years so time for me to go to work. Will keep you abreast of the changes.
Jay

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Reply #11 - Jan 9th, 2003 at 8:14pm
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Reply #12 - Jan 21st, 2003 at 3:38pm

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Reply #13 - Jan 26th, 2003 at 1:35pm
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Here are some pics of my mostly original motor. Not to kill any of you but it's January and I just took the pics today!

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Reply #14 - Jan 29th, 2003 at 5:08pm
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