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    moparmarkk Well-Known Member

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    Hi, have a 440 block,.030 over,with a 4.15 crank,and 7.1 rods,not assembled,any one know what the cubic inches would be?
     
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    505
     
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    Nevermind its 493 with a .030 overbore.
     
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    Wallace cubic inch calculater.
     
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    Bore x Bore x stroke x .7854 x number of cylinders = 493.409486 cu. in.
     
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      That is an odd combo since the 4.15 crank is usually a 2.375 rod journal while 7.100 rods are usually 2.200 rod journal.
       
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      Not always, I have a set of C&A 7.1 rods with the mopar big end.
       
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      Hi and thanks for the reply's, this is a mopar hemi 4.15 crank,and 7.1 hemi rods. they are all K-1 ,so mopar journals.
       
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      I’m putting together a 440 with 4.380 bore, 4.15 eagle 2.2 journals, 7.1 eagles,
      500 cubes plus a 6-71
       
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