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Old 02-25-2003, 02:04 PM
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Who can tell me what makes a chev engine a Rat or a Stroker.

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A RAT is a big block.
A mouse is a small block.
And a stoker is an over-stroked block, whether it be a big or small block
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gravelhead -- please be sure to read our Guidelines for Posting prior to asking questions on the board. We just recently put it up, so I know you might not have had a chance to look it over.

Have a look, and I think you should be able to find an answer to your question .
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Thank you I am no longer in the dark on two subjects now. More informative and researched questions from now on.
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