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Re: identifying early Spit cranks?

To: Mark J Bradakis <mjb@cs.utah.edu>
Subject: Re: identifying early Spit cranks?
From: Joe Curry <spitlist@gte.net>
Date: Fri, 16 Oct 1998 11:43:33 -0700
So that means that if one were so deviously inclined, he could take a
late 1300 block and fit it with all the innards of a 1500 and have a
cheater engine.  Right?  8^)


Mark J Bradakis wrote:
> Oh, and if the crank won't fit your 1500 block, it is obviously not
> a late 1296 crank.  The Mark 4 1296 block is basically the same casting
> as the 1500, the extra displacement comes from stroking the crank.
> mjb.

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