... but none of that matters if you use a 1098 crank right?
But then you'd have one of those small-main 1098's that blow up.
OK, let's get serious for a minute. One of my "down the road" projects
that I've been thinking about doing is taking a 2 inch main 1098 and
sleeving it down to make it a 948 for use with a Judson. That way it
won't have the bottom end problems (as much anyways) of a supercharged
engine nor would it have the heat buildup problem common to engines
too big in volume for the stock Judson... I had planned to use stock
948 pistons with the sleeved 1098 blod and crank. Can it be done using
1967 Sprite - following in the 73's footsteps to the boneyard...
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