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Old 07-02-2010, 10:58 PM
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Hey youall.Im Darren Betker from Dryden Ontario Canada, and i know i may not fit in here due to the direction of my particular hobby( off roading) but we all share a common interset....engines!!! Currently im putting the final touches on my 1986 chev blazer k5, with 1ton axles gears and lockers, 489 BBC, TH4oo full manual/reverse valve body, NP 205 transfercase,44inch boggers, winch etc, and was wandering if anyone can tell me what comp. ratio i can expect when i put a set of '6781" Chev cast iron oval port heads ( which iv heard either have a 119 or 113cc chamber) up against a set of KB "ICOA" 23cc dome fordged pistons. Im aiming for a 10 or 10.5-1 ratio but a little higher is ok.please help as the moter will be going in very soon and id like to have that info before it sees its first tank of feul.
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Welcome aboard, answer to question see other identical thread in engine section.
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