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Title: 310 cu in road race engine
Post by: Richard Bridgette on August 25, 2011, 05:41:22 pm
I road race a tube chassis, coil over, composite boby Mustang in SCCA GT-1 class.  right now I'm running a 310 cu in Windsor with 4.135 bore, 2.90 stroke. 13.5 compression, Yates C3 heads with 230 cc ports, 40 cc chambers, 266/277 roller cam, .750 lift, Jesel rokers, Crower roller lifters, 750 Holley, that makes 700 hp up to 8500 rpm.  Richard Bridgette, Huntersville, NC


Title: Re: 310 cu in road race engine
Post by: 347HO on August 25, 2011, 06:36:33 pm
That's a respectable rod length.


Title: Re: 310 cu in road race engine
Post by: jtmustang on August 26, 2011, 03:01:46 am
That's a respectable rod length.

what do u mean exactly dana..?


thnx
jason


and sounds like a hell of a little motor there, any pics, vids or what not of whats it in?


Title: Re: 310 cu in road race engine
Post by: mighty mouse on August 26, 2011, 08:10:37 am
But those heads are TOO BIG  ...  :spit:

Sounds like an awesome combo... have any pics of the build or completed project?


Title: Re: 310 cu in road race engine
Post by: 347HO on August 26, 2011, 10:43:25 am
That's a respectable rod length.

what do u mean exactly dana..?


thnx
jason


and sounds like a hell of a little motor there, any pics, vids or what not of whats it in?
Go over his numbers Jason.
(hint) he said "Windsor"