98+ 5sfe block

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Re: 98+ 5sfe block

Postby lumbercis » Wed Dec 04, 2013 5:57 pm

We do need to try to keep the discussion on topic. If there are other discussions you want to have unrelated to the OP's post please start a new thread.

Also, keep it civil please. :smokes:

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Re: 98+ 5sfe block

Postby MWP » Thu Dec 05, 2013 4:03 pm

zero06 wrote:Once upon a time we had guys here who gave amazing solid info.

There still are. Us being some of them.
But you shouldn't be surprised if we don't want to help after the way you've talked in here.

Not that it really matters... if you spent some time searching the forum you would find 99% of your questions have already be answered elsewhere.
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Re: 98+ 5sfe block

Postby Hic » Sun Dec 08, 2013 12:00 am

U r complicating a bit.

I own an offset grind crank, to 48mm for 3s rods.

Do it is 91+4mm=95mm stroke and I use 87.5mm pistons with compression height of 30mm.
It is easy to calculate, difference in stroke is 11mm, so u need 5.5mm lower compression height.

It gives me 2283cc.

Easy, right ;)
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Re: 98+ 5sfe block

Postby built2run » Mon Dec 09, 2013 5:09 am

That and 88mm pistons makes 2311cc

But let's continue this on the other post I made of a possible 2.4 so people don't get upset
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