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Re: Max overbore on a 235? [Re: Dusty] #1254939
Wed Feb 14 2018 04:39 AM
Wed Feb 14 2018 04:39 AM
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Hotrod Lincoln  Offline
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Dellrose, TN
You will actually gain a little power at 60 over, due to slightly more displacement and more compression pressure, but it would take a skilled dyno operator and a fair amount of luck to actually measure it. Be sure your cooling system is up to dissipating the extra heat load the thinner cylinder walls will create. Installing a new water pump and a new or rebuilt radiator would be a really good idea.
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Re: Max overbore on a 235? [Re: Dusty] #1255025
Thu Feb 15 2018 12:43 AM
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West Suffield CT
Thanks I feel a little more comfortable going with 60 now If it needs it.


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