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#787891 - Tue Oct 11 2011 10:47 AM Re: Hot Rod 292 I6 [Re: panic]
Beast54 Offline
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Registered: Wed Sep 29 2004 12:00 PM
Posts: 384
Loc: Preston Idaho
I belive you can get both. Im sure there is a point where both can be modestly achived.
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#798345 - Wed Nov 16 2011 03:00 AM Re: Hot Rod 292 I6 [Re: panic]
123456789101112 Offline
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Registered: Sat Apr 02 2011 12:24 AM
Posts: 185
Loc: Vacaville, CA
I have a I6 292 running in a street rod and it has a head reworked by Sissell's Automotive in West Covina, CA. All I can say is as I leave the V-8's behind is "C ya later!" This thing is fast!. I shift it a 7,200 RPM's and it just keeps going on using a triple intake with Weber carburetors (expensive but trouble free) and a set of custom made headers. How many old '32 Chevy's do you see run all day long at 70 MPH on the Freeway?
Normbc9


Edited by 123456789101112 (Wed Nov 16 2011 03:00 AM)
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#798362 - Wed Nov 16 2011 07:14 AM Re: Hot Rod 292 I6 [Re: 123456789101112]
brokenhead Offline
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Registered: Sat Oct 07 2006 12:00 PM
Posts: 1757
Loc: seattle wa
Oh please give me sissell phone number, I have been looking for them for over a year now...Oh never mind I went to dex and got it, the covina part is what I was missing.


Edited by brokenhead (Wed Nov 16 2011 07:16 AM)
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#799611 - Sun Nov 20 2011 09:45 PM Re: Hot Rod 292 I6 [Re: panic]
sps Offline
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Registered: Tue Sep 09 2008 09:04 PM
Posts: 178
Loc: joppa , maryland
Drew are you gonna hop up that 292 I gave ya? That would be very cool. Good luck Beast I wish I could hear and see it run.
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#799654 - Mon Nov 21 2011 12:13 AM Re: Hot Rod 292 I6 [Re: 123456789101112]
panic Offline
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Registered: Tue Dec 23 2008 09:20 AM
Posts: 839
Loc: Long Island
I shift it a 7,200 RPM's

So, those were your pistons I ran over on the freeway?
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#799668 - Mon Nov 21 2011 07:08 AM Re: Hot Rod 292 I6 [Re: panic]
Fast truck Offline
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Registered: Mon Sep 02 2002 12:00 PM
Posts: 293
Loc: East Coast
The drag race 292's rev much higher than 7200....But drag engines run for very short durations and get frequent tear downs.
An inline 6 can beat any V-8 that has less power grin
A 292 with less than 250 hp is somewhat easy to build and is mildly expensive.More power than that is much more expensive.
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#799895 - Mon Nov 21 2011 10:14 PM Re: Hot Rod 292 I6 [Re: Fast truck]
sps Offline
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Registered: Tue Sep 09 2008 09:04 PM
Posts: 178
Loc: joppa , maryland
I picked up the special collector's edition Hot Rod Deluxe, best of the best. Had some very cool gassers with straight six's in them. You might check it out.
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#800187 - Tue Nov 22 2011 09:56 PM Re: Hot Rod 292 I6 [Re: sps]
DrewP Offline
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Registered: Tue Sep 26 2006 12:00 PM
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Loc: Glassboro,NJ
Originally Posted By sps
Drew are you gonna hop up that 292 I gave ya? That would be very cool. Good luck Beast I wish I could hear and see it run.


I'm doing some head work with gasket matching and have talked with Larry in FL http://www.t6racing.org/ about him doing lump ports on the head, but that's a winter project(maybe). I'll send a pm as i progress.
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#807311 - Thu Dec 15 2011 11:00 PM Re: Hot Rod 292 I6 [Re: brokenhead]
123456789101112 Offline
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Registered: Sat Apr 02 2011 12:24 AM
Posts: 185
Loc: Vacaville, CA
Brokenhead,
I have used Sissell's for years now. Every head or inline OHV engine they have helped me with is an exceptional performer. Good luck.
Normbc9
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#810577 - Tue Dec 27 2011 12:01 AM Re: Hot Rod 292 I6 [Re: 123456789101112]
63ChevyNova Offline
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Registered: Tue Dec 13 2005 12:00 PM
Posts: 59
Loc: redlands
Originally Posted By 123456789101112
I have a I6 292 running in a street rod and it has a head reworked by Sissell's Automotive in West Covina, CA.


Do you have a ballpark figure of what the head work costs?


I have a 292 in my '63 Chevy II. I am running a Holley 390, Offy intake, cast iron headers, and a schneider racing cam (264h).

I'm told that with the stock head, it should be making around 210hp and 290 tq. For $800 in head work, I'd be at 250-260 hp and 325 tq.

Here are some pics:
292 in a '63 Chevy II
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