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    802ci sonnys

    in this months hotrod mag. sonnys builds a 1,400hp bbc 802ci
    monster that runs on 89 oct pump gas and sonnys makes his own
    intake, crank, and cam, and it is made to run in the street :shock:
    4.751 bore w/5.700 stroke carrillo 7.875 rods :wink:

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    Wonder what the price tag is on that motor :idea:

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    :shock: maybe I'll put one in my motor home :lol:
    If a 5 lb hammer can't fix it,it must be electrical
    Keep the shiney side up! 8)
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    nofear, the first time you pedal the motor home, either the motor
    will take off by itself or your motor home will ride a wheelie everytime
    you put the metal to the pedal :wink:
    can you imagine when you resell the motor home with that block,
    "well sir, the home is worth 10k but the majority of the cost
    is in the motor 50k" :wink:

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    5.700 stroke :shock:


    What is the Max RPM?.... 3800 :lol:

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    in the article "the foothills around Lynchburg, Virgina, reverberated with
    the howl of 1,417 naturally aspirated (no nitrous) horses @ 7,100 rpm
    as 802 ci were put through their paces on 89 oct. Peak torque figures showed 1,140lb-ft. @ 5,800" what a street engine :roll: :shock:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tod74
    5.700 stroke :shock:


    What is the Max RPM?.... 3800 :lol:
    I'm good with 3800 RPM if I'm making 1400 HP. Can you imagine it probably makes 400 HP at idle.

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    www.sonnysracingengines.com check out their web sight and see all the juice 8) 800 cubes 900 cubes I'm sure 1000 is not to far away. I didn't see the street monster on there unless I missed it but not that it maters anyway. The only thing I could probably afford is a t-shirt :lol: Ya the motor home will have to live with the 440 a little longer :lol:
    If a 5 lb hammer can't fix it,it must be electrical
    Keep the shiney side up! 8)
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