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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-08-2007, 04:26 PM Thread Starter
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let try this and see if it works, I built a chart for the guy's on here and hope you can use it if this works jones can you make it a sticky

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Why no 4.300 stroke?
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WOW thats great thank you 8)

Are all these bore/stroke combo's doable?
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Why no 4.300 stroke?
I know this is old, sorry but im new and wanted to help a little.
The formula is ((Bore/2)^2) x Pi x Stroke x 8 or
Bore divided by 2 then squared, take that times Pi (Pi = 3.14159 etc.) times Stroke times the number of cylinders. So 4.300 would look like....

0 = 514
0.03 = 521
0.04 = 523
0.06 = 528
0.08 = 533
0.09 = 535
0.1 = 537
etc.

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I AM NOT THAT GOOD WITH MATH
BUT I WAS TOLD
BORE x BORE x STROKE x .7854 x 8
SAY
4.500 BORE
AND
4.500 STROKE
=572.55
WOULD THAT BE RIGHT
I AM JUST CHECKING TO SEE IF I WAS TOLD RIGHT
THANKS
GEORGE

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why not just do

bore x bore x stroke x 6.2832 =

if you ask why check it .7854 x 8 = 6.2832 it just leaves out a few steps and much easier to remember...


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