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Thread: SBC how much cam can I get in 9.25 deck block with 4 inch stroke 6 inch rod

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    SBC how much cam can I get in 9.25 deck block with 4 inch stroke 6 inch rod

    I'm building a 440 cubic SBC and it has a 4.00 stroke 6.00 rods 4.185 bore I run a .900 base Circle solid roller cam and would like to get 850 to 900 lift just wondering if it will fit in my combination without hitting connecting rods thank you

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE curtisreed's Avatar
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    You can look at the Callies Ultra offset rod to help. Also consider the lobe you will need to get .900" lift. You will probably have to have a bbc journal cam I believe to get that much lift in the block even with 1.7 rockers. At .900" with 1.7 rockers it is a .529 lobe.

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    I have a 50 MM camshaft that is .850" with 1.8 rocker ratio.

    It was in a 9.325" block and raised cam.

    It had a 4.125" stroke crankshaft and 6.125" Callies Ultra rods.

    Also have a timing cover and timing chain set to go with it.

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