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07-01-2008 06:50 AM
red rs ss 68
ok

do you know how high, and how long. as that was my next step and there is not to many lying around to run a tape over where i am. the motor that came out is only 2.6 ltr 138 cubic inch.and fairly compact.and does the v8 gearbox bolt up to the 250. thanks sean
06-30-2008 01:53 PM
walterguise
292's

Keep in mind the a 292 is considerably taller that the 230 and the 250.
06-27-2008 06:20 PM
red rs ss 68
thanks

thanks heaps guys i am much better informed. i have been building v8 fords chevs holdens, ect for years. i have only owned one chev six in a c 30 truck i had . i think if i balance it up only rev it to 5-5500 with the turbo and a 350 box it should be ok . again thanks sean i have added a photo of the old girl it looks a bit like a 50 model chev .
06-27-2008 10:03 AM
techinspector1 Lots of good 6-banger info here....
http://www.inliners.org/
06-27-2008 02:01 AM
jimfulco www.cliffordperformance.net

www.sissellsautomotive.com/6cylprod.html

www.selfracing.com

http://www.amazon.com/Chevrolet-Inli.../dp/1931128154

Anything anybody tells you about 292s vibrating at high rpm and shaking dampers and flywheels loose is true. Normal weight-balancing is a must, but it's torsional vibration (the long crankshaft twisting back & forth) that makes them come apart. Glen Self told me how he was keeping his race car screwed together back around 1971, but mine slung a rod out the side before I could give it a thorough street-driving test. Sure was fun while it lasted, though.
06-26-2008 07:55 AM
74chevyflat
292 Chev Straight Six Go Fast Bits?

I would look into CLIFFORD research for engine parts. his company has been specializing in 4 cylinders and 6 cylinders since the early days. He was the man that made the 1000 hp 4 cylinder engine for the F1 indy cars, but they banned the engine bc of the montrocity of power it made against the competitors.Ok well take a look around for clifford
06-26-2008 05:57 AM
Double_v23 Yep any small block or big block chevy transmission will bolt up to the back of that motor. I don't know much else about them though.
06-26-2008 04:52 AM
red rs ss 68
292 Chev Straight Six Go Fast Bits?

HEY CAN ANYONE TELL ME WHAT SORT OF GO FAST BITS ARE AROUND FOR THE 292 SIX. I AM IN AUSTRALIA AND THINKING OF PUTTING ONE OF THESE IN A 48-215 FX HOLDEN SEDAN. WHAT I AM THINKING OF IS A STRAIGHT LPG SYSTEM RUNNING THROUGH A SHEET METAL MANIFOLD WITH A T4 TURBO GIVING IT SOME GO. DOES ANYONE KNOW WHERE THESE THINGS RUN OUT OF REVS . AND HOW MUCH THE BOTTOM END WILL TAKE BEFORE IT GOES SOUTH. ANY INFO WOULD BE GREAT.AND AM I RIGHT THAT THE V8 GEARBOX SAY A TURBO 350 BOLT STRAIGHT TO THESE. THANKS SEAN

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