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04-19-2004 05:31 AM
Originally posted by arch
415 dart block

04-19-2004 05:03 AM
arch 415 dart block

04-18-2004 10:47 AM
mstngjoe Looks like you're building a 351W stroker with a Dart block.

You might check with Brian at

He should be able to get some good info for you.
04-18-2004 08:52 AM

if nothing else call the manufacturer and ask them, I am sure they don't list every last single design they have on the web. hop on the horn and just start asking thats will get you a lot of answers, and you will find out the different companies customer service.
04-18-2004 04:43 AM
Help finding piston

I've looked all over the internet looking for this piston, I thought maybe somebody here would know where Im not looking.
So far all I've come up with is ethier a one with a 0.0875" piston down bore, domed, or custom made piston. None of which will work.
(Ive looked at, Manley, Ross, JE, KB, speedpro, Mahle, Probe, SRP, Top-Line, TRW, Venoila, and Wiseco so far)

Here's the specs it needs to be:
4.125" bore, 6.000" rod, around 10.5:1 comp. ratio with 64 CC heads and a 3.875" stroke. Pref. Hypereutenic or however its spelt. (1.062-1.078" compression height) (0.9272" floating pin)

JE has the closest P/N 182033, but it has a 3cc dome and a 13+ compression ratio.
Thanks in advance for your help.

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