/6 and the B/RB

Slant 6 Engines

  1. pishta

    pishta I know I'm right....

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    timing set stats....

    Slant Six..................... 5.125 -1.5640- 0.7500 -2.0020 -25/50 -3DR66-2
    Chrysler BB Triple Bolt ..5.125 -1.5640 -0.7500 -2.0020 -25/50- 3DR66-2


    Same timing chains used. Just food for thought when you cant seem to find a good slant timing chain.

    (center line distance, crank bore, cam bore,cam register, number of teeth, chain used)
     
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    • Charrlie_S

      Charrlie_S Well-Known Member

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      Problem is not the chain, or crank sprocket, they are the same as the big block. It is the cam sprocket that is different. I'm not sure just what the difference is. I think it is in the alignment. I have heard of several instances of BB sprockets being modified to fit the slant, to be able to use gear drive, or adjustable timing cam sprocket. I have never looked into it, as I have a few Cloyes double roller sets, and the JP and Rollmaster sets are available.
       
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