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Old 06-13-2018, 05:12 PM   #26
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[fwiw - the '93 940 at the https://upullandpay.com/denver/search-inventory/ is a turbo, and was intact this last weekend, but I don't know if it's a squirter block.]
Its definitely a squirter...
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Old 06-13-2018, 05:14 PM   #27
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Its definitely a squirter...
That would also have the AW72L I think.
Too bad it’s not available for a lemons car...
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Old 06-13-2018, 05:16 PM   #28
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That would also have the AW72L I think.
Too bad it’s not available for a lemons car...
It will have aw71L, the aw72L was only on na 16v cars.
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Old 06-13-2018, 05:18 PM   #29
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It will have aw71L, the aw72L was only on na 16v cars.
Too bad...paddle shifters in a 240sound stupid and fun.
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Old 06-13-2018, 05:19 PM   #30
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[fwiw2 - There was also a '93 240 wagon in row 2 with the dashboard freshly removed, but fully intact blower & A/C, plus I think a good engine wiring harness, if you're thinking about an A/C upgrade. Strangely, I don't see it listed anymore, but it was recently added -- I don't know if someone bought the whole thing, or if it was mistakenly unlisted.]
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Old 06-13-2018, 05:40 PM   #31
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You...
For saying stroke only increases mass.
It also increases displacement.
If you don’t change anything it also changes CR.

Truth is if you want long rod ratios the simpler route is de stroke.
Packing a big crank and long rods into a crank case can get tricky.

None of which is Germaine to my original question.
The answer is that...
No, there is no reason either base motor is fundamentally better for a rebuild...unless you are trying for a stock rebuild, in which case you can probably still get stock rebuild kits.
That’s assuming you are willing to put squirrels in an old block...
Which reminds me.
Is the squirted jig you built still floating around?
Some version or versions still are..I made several more so there would be less wait and to deal with naughty boys who can't return the favor and send the thing(s0 back>
Kebwood chair who goes to the post office daily asked to take over the mailing ..
Funny thing is I may have to "barrow" my own kit here pretty soon cause I'm doing 3 or 4 bottom end builds...all "warm" n.a....

And to keep the record clear I said that increased stroke in and of itself..alone...ALL other things being equal.....and that torque is made in other ways...
I could give an excellent example but it was pre-internet so it doesn't count..

But the 2300 5:1 long stroke versus an 2300 11:1 short stroke should clarify>
Don't trip over unimportant details, the point is a motor makes what we human beans choose...
which Redblocks is bestist is like how many angles can dance on the head of a needle.
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Old 06-13-2018, 05:44 PM   #32
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Some version or versions still are..I made several more so there would be less wait and to deal with naughty boys who can't return the favor and send the thing(s0 back>
Kebwood chair who goes to the post office daily asked to take over the mailing ..
Funny thing is I may have to "barrow" my own kit here pretty soon cause I'm doing 3 or 4 bottom end builds...all "warm" n.a....

And to keep the record clear I said that increased stroke in and of itself..alone...ALL other things being equal.....and that torque is made in other ways...
I could give an excellent example but it was pre-internet so it doesn't count..

But the 2300 5:1 long stroke versus an 2300 11:1 short stroke should clarify>
Don't trip over unimportant details, the point is a motor makes what we human beans choose...
which Redblocks is bestist is like how many angles can dance on the head of a needle.
Angels John, angels.
And it’s the head of a pin, needles dont have heads.

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Old 06-13-2018, 06:06 PM   #33
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What about con rod bearing Width?
Same all along?
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Old 06-14-2018, 01:46 AM   #34
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Angels John, angels.
And it’s the head of a pin, needles dont have heads.

You know I have troubel with el ...like axel...<--that is correct, just the language is wrong.
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You know I have troubel with el ...like axel...<--that is correct, just the language is wrong.
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“missiles” and diesel eat ny lunch.
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“missiles” and diesel eat ny lunch.
Where do they eat lunch when in NY?
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Where do they eat lunch when in NY?
At a rocket dyke deli of course.
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At a rocket dyke deli of course.
Must be some spicy meatballs.
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Back on topic: find a 95 NA low mile grandma car; use the AW71L and you should have the squirter unmolested "reasonably straight" bore block you can pump up with H beams and smarter pistons.......
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Old 06-16-2018, 01:00 PM   #40
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Back on topic: find a 95 NA low mile grandma car; use the AW71L and you should have the squirter unmolested "reasonably straight" bore block you can pump up with H beams and smarter pistons.......

Dooooood.
I hain't follow the reasoning..
"Find" a specific 95 low milage blah blah..

vs
drill and tap in approx 24-30min any block you happen to have from 1960-----> onwards..

Seems like the time investment just search would nix the idea in my book, then going and getting, paying etc..

What is the point?
My reccomemdation to Mr Engineer Miguelito is "build whatever the fawk you have handy.., its whatchoo put in that makes the difference"
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Old 06-16-2018, 03:42 PM   #41
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cause I'm doing 3 or 4 bottom end builds...all "warm" n.a....
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Old 06-16-2018, 04:37 PM   #42
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If anyone is interested I have a b21 turbo short block in my way. It's Charlie's old motor. It's in South Carolina. PM if you are interested.
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Old 06-21-2018, 07:31 PM   #43
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Dooooood.

What is the point?
My reccomemdation to Mr Engineer Miguelito is "build whatever the fawk you have handy.., its whatchoo put in that makes the difference"
Ding ding ding...
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