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Old 12-14-2011, 02:33 AM
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427 tall deck, stewart water pump, brackets, ahhh!!! lol

hey guys, i just had my 427 TD built at the local shop for my 87 chevy 4x4 , came out pretty good and was a nice build, heres a little info
factory forged crank,
forged eagle h beam rods,
arp fasteners throughout,
large oval heads with 2.225 and 1.88 vales with some port work
srp forged dometop pistons
comp cams hydraulic roller cams and scorpion roller rockers ( cant remember ca specs)
dart high rise single plane intake with 750 proform double pumper , mechanical secondaries

she made :

530 horse at 5650
550 Tq at 4400

i set my redline to 6500 for now, might raise or drop after i run it for a little and see how it responds

i guess i could have got a bit more from it but i waqnt something thats going to last for a long time too, its got clevite 77 H-N series crank bearings and durabond cam bearings so im hoping they hold up well lol

now heres my problem , im running a stewart water pump , and the original brackets wont work because all the holes are different, i modified a set of SB brackets a little but i dont really think they're something i want to trust when im 100 clicks back in the bush with no cell reception...

does anyone know of a pulley and bracket system thats available for me???? any help is greatly appreciated and awarded with a lifetime supply of cyber beers!!!

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If your old motor was a short deck the heads are now .4" further away from the water pump and the stock alternator brackets won't work. 572 from Chevy is a tall deck and anything for them should fit.
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awesome, thanks for the help!
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