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What size Lunk?

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Old 10-11-2009, 09:12:09 PM
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Default What size Lunk?

I have this engine, Sherman & Smith with a 4 1/2 inch bore with a 6 inch stroke. I'm thinking of putting a Lunkihiemer mixer on it, but not sure what size to use. I have to make the valve cage that's why I need to know what size lunk. I have a 3/4 lunk, but I'm guessing that is too small. What would you recomend?
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i'll stick my neck out & say probably 1". it will work with the 3/4, but it's probably not right. skip
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