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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-29-2013, 04:03 AM Thread Starter
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533ci ford motor sports parts build (PUMP GAS)

First off thanks Paul Kane for all the help and block work, prep and a awesome oil pump

This a D1Ve block std 2 bolt 4.440 bore
Ford Motorsports 4.3 crank
Custome lw Probe dish pistons
PPE 6.605 H-beam rods ARP bolts
Victor intake Dom flange
MSD ign.
D3 heads milled .100 80cc comb chamber, 2.20 int valve 1.80 exh valve, hardened seats, bronze guides (11/32), milled valve serface for 1.75 springs, ARP rocker studs installed, Manley severe duty valves, intake flowed 360cfm @.700 Has a 290cc intake ported (super cobra jet gasket matched) These heads where originally built for a 557 bbf with a .722 solid roller then my buddy bought some blue thunder heads I got them for a draw through turbo build that destroyed itself on the dyno so figured they'd be perfect for my pump gas 533

.640 int 240 @ 50* / .640 exh 240 @ 50* 110 lc solid roller cam (it's what I have till straub works his magic)

850hp proform carb (looking for a 1000-1050cfm 4150)

Motor nets 10.1-1 comp

Motor will be used a my pump gas (marine) cruiser motor

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STRAUB picks his cams using a dartboard....lol, but seriously his the man for a custom cam!

Can't wait to get mine for the p-51 headed 545.

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He's done several cams for my friends 500ci + bbf and all have been spot on and make such usable hp and tq, the biggest problem with a jetboat motor is making enough power in front of the power absorbing curve of the impeller your using. Straub really seems to have a great understanding of this. This motor will be turning a AA impeller but I'm installing a IS plate system 100-200 tune, this will be for those sundown hot laps on the river
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Any hp guesses? I'm hoping for 650 under 6000rpm due to my hp absorbed by my Impeller peak tq before 4500 rpm
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STRAUB picks his cams using a dartboard....lol, but seriously his the man for a custom cam!

Can't wait to get mine for the p-51 headed 545.

Cheers, Bob
Bob,
On yours I will use the dart I use for my special engine projects!!!

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So this motor turned into a 557 build due to a prepped 4.440 bore block and no availability of the ford motor sports 4.3 crank with 2.5 rods so I will be updating shortly
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Motor is back on track and finished thanks to Paul Kane for getting me a RARE internally balanced Ford motor sports 4.3 stroke 2.5 rod crank, crank has about 8 pieces of Mallory metal installed. Crank weighed 74lbs, not bad.
Using the ford motor sports 521 roller cam since I need the power band to be under 6000 rpm. Installing a ford motorsports (victor style) intake and running a AED 1000cfm/4150 carb (for mileage).




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Whats the lift/dur on that 521 FMS cam?

I went with the Kaase/comp cams.

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