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Old 09-26-2000, 09:19 PM
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I noticed on a 380 motor (from a 126 car) that the bore is 92mm and stroke is something like 72.5. On an old 4.5 motor (116 car) the bore is also 92 but the stroke is 85. Is there anyway to get this stroke into a 380 motor and if so how and would it change the performance? Thanks.
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by EuroCoupe:
[B]I noticed on a 380 motor (from a 126 car) that the bore is 92mm and stroke is something like 72.5. On an old 4.5 motor (116 car) the bore is also 92 but the stroke is 85. Is there anyway to get this stroke into a 380 motor and if so how and would it change the performance? Thanks.
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