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Best Endurance Engine

Discussion in 'Engine/Tuning' started by PaleRider, Oct 17, 2009.

  1. PaleRider

    PaleRider Death Spank Established Member

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    What would be the best S/C endurance short modular block configuration? 4.6, 5.0, 5.1, 5.2, 5.3; cast iron or aluminum; FRPP Modular Boss, Teskid
    Driven with the most possible hp on 93 octane (safe)
    Driven at 6000 rpm for an hour or more at a time
    Street car
     
  2. cobracide

    cobracide Active Member Established Member

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    Teskid or a Boss with forged internals would be the highest endurance, probably exceeding your specs.
     
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  3. Bluebullit

    Bluebullit New Member Established Member

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    yeah +1 cause you would want an aluminum block since it displaces heat better so that is always a plus
     
  4. blackmagicmach

    blackmagicmach The PoPo Established Member

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    Not sure the strokers would be your best bet, too much side load bearing. Either forged or billet engine pieces.... the heads, their is no real difference between them, but the valve train will need to be upgraded. Titanium retainers and double beehive springs, with either titanium valves or a little less costly SS ferra valves. maybe even do a dry sump set up.
     
  5. PaleRider

    PaleRider Death Spank Established Member

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    Teskid 5.1L, CP pistons, Oliver rods, and Kellegg crank maybe?
     

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