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Loco1234

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NEW AUSTRALIAN ALLOY 351 CLEVELAND BLOCK
« on: May 23, 2005, 09:45:48 AM »
THE NEW AUSTRALIAN ALLOY 351 CLEVELAND BLOCK
by SJ Performance

1.   Block is based on the NASCAR Cleveland that had               the casting number  XE192540.

2.   Starting from the top
   A.    9.2" deck
   B.    5/8 deck thickness minimum
   C.    removable dry sleeves (at this stage Darton                        Sleeves)
   D.   2 bore sizes 4.00" & 4.125"
   E.   reinforced cylinder head bolt hole bosses
   F.   strengthened lifter bores
   G.   valley webbing for increased block structural                      integrity, improved oil drain backs.
   H.   revised oiling system similar to Windsor with                       priority to the crankshaft and provision                              externally feeding oil- dry sump system.
   I.   increased cooling capacity around cylinder                          walls similar to the Dart, Fontana and Windsor.
   J.   reinforced bulkheads similar to the factory                          NASCAR Cleveland.
   K.   4 bolt Duraflex steel main caps. Similar to                           factory but located with a dowel type                                arrangement to prevent cap walk.
   L.   ALL and we mean ALL factory parts such as                        timing covers, sumps,  engine mounts etc will                     fit the 9.2 version.
   M.   reinforced oil pan rails.

3.   Cost
   About $5000 USD

4.   Release Date
   The projected release is December 05

5.   Weight
   2/3 of an iron NASCAR block approximately 140lbs
   
6.   If you are interested contact data
   www.sjperformance.com.au/

7.    Testing-
       Initial testing will be dyno.  The dyno mule will be a stock stroke 351. Combination will be old school basic using one of our sets of Blue thunder heads. The combination planned will be a 650HP naturally              aspirated motor. Being a standard stroke combination it will require a number of RPM and this will give us vital information with regards to our main caps, and general block integrity in what would considered a tough street/race car.
      
[color=CC3333]Discounted Group buy is available[/color]
Estimated cost would be $4200 USD
    :lol:
  Gary Travinski 570-779-7843
  gtravinski@gtaengs.com

racedraper

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Re: NEW AUSTRALIAN ALLOY 351 CLEVELAND BLOCK
« Reply #1 on: May 23, 2005, 04:20:05 PM »
would it be better to get a crate motor and save and the hassle of assylbling this $5000 block? Am i right that just for the block.Is this a U.S. bases Company or is it out of the Land Down Under?

 

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