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Old 11-16-2015, 05:01 PM
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The nominal wall thickness of a 300 block is about .160 - .170 in. That is if there is no core shift. So if you use a .125" over piston that only leaves about .10" cylinder wall left. At about 1000 psi there isn't much enough iron to last a very long time.
All 300 blocks are the same? 1960 1980 and 1995?
 
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Yes, the cylinders will split vertically, probably on the thrust side.

I am presuming the to reach your 1000 hp goal you are going to be using forced induction or nitrous oxide injection, or both? That will place additional strain on the cylinders.
 
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Old 11-16-2015, 07:53 PM
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Yes, the cylinders will split vertically, probably on the thrust side.

I am presuming the to reach your 1000 hp goal you are going to be using forced induction or nitrous oxide injection, or both? That will place additional strain on the cylinders.
Yes, we are going to use Precicion turbo and 12 Inyectors, no Nitrous.

Which part is Thrust side of the cylinder?
 
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It is nice to see somebody in South America hot-rodding a 300. The thrust side of the cylinder is on the right side of the block when viewed from the rear (drivers position).

Do you have a steel crank, preferably ground for Chevy journal size?
 
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Old 11-17-2015, 04:13 PM
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It is nice to see somebody in South America hot-rodding a 300. The thrust side of the cylinder is on the right side of the block when viewed from the rear (drivers position).

Do you have a steel crank, preferably ground for Chevy journal size?
We have a Steel Crank (was made by a competition crank house) with modifications.
 
 
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