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Old 07-16-2012, 07:13 PM
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M-6010-A460 Big Bore blocks.

Ready to be honed to 4.500" bore. No boring required for a 4.500" bore

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Out of curiosity are they still for regular cam bearings?

If my memory is correct, do you still need to hone the mains and lifters?

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Old 08-31-2012, 05:13 PM
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Out of curiosity are they still for regular cam bearings?

If my memory is correct, do you still need to hone the mains and lifters?

Thanks in advance!!
They take the std. or extra wide cam bearings...not roller. The A460 block's lifter bores never have required honing. One may or may not have to hone the main bearing housing bores....depends on the required oil clearance, shaft dia. , etc.
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What is the max bore on these blocks ?
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Old 09-19-2012, 05:12 PM
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I beleive its 4.600 or right in around there
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Same as the other A460 blocks.......4.600" or more.
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Lem, not to sound stupid....is that roughly what a 4.440 bore would be honed to? Will any of the A460 blocks work with a 4.440 bore? And the TSF 18 bolt heads? I know, I'm still learning this stuff. Thanks!
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Old 11-20-2012, 07:50 PM
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Lem, not to sound stupid....is that roughly what a 4.440 bore would be honed to? Will any of the A460 blocks work with a 4.440 bore? And the TSF 18 bolt heads? I know, I'm still learning this stuff. Thanks!
If you want to run a 4.440" bore you need the A460 block...not the A460BB which is ~ 4.490" to be honed to 4.500" bore.

The TFS 18 bolt heads will bolt right on either the A460 or A460BB block.
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OK, thanks Lem. Gonna order one Monday!
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Lem, are there two different part #'s? And if so, whats the difference? Is it just the starting bore dia that is different?
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Yes, like I said......A460 & A460BB are sufix of the part numbers.

A460 = 4.350" bore
A460BB = 4.490" bore

Same block otherwise.
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Thank you Lem
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