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Old 12-27-2007, 12:18 PM
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What makes a 239, a 244?

I have seen several flatheads mentioned as "244"s, instead of 239's. What makes it a 244?

I ask, because the motor I just bought is a 244. I have seen 244's listed as being bored .020 and .030 over...so it seems like it's not just boring that increases it. Wouldn't that be stroke?

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It is just the bore - see my post in the 48-60 forum for details.

Increase in stroke is usually noted in fractions.
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