Posted by JohnDeereJimOhio on February 25, 2013 at 18:25:00 from (220.127.116.11):
Finishing up my G for the 2013 summer and bought a new tractor to start on will be running a gasser Deere.. I don"t have much experience with 6 cylinders and running high rpm so a few questions.. I"m going to run a steel flywheel and cold clutch set up along with a blanket. How many Rpms can I spin safely out of a 4 main Deere block? Will it hold up or should I juste note the bullet and get a diesel block with 7 mains.. Also in a high rpm motor do they hold up better when the bore and stroke match? Say a 4.5x4.5 motor would it hold up better than a 4.5 bore by 5 stroke. Just looking for some opinions.. Thanks in advance..
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