will this combo take 250 hp fogger or more

Old 10-02-2007, 09:28 PM
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What I now about my engine I am installing in my 4x4 3/4 ton truck.
598ci,dart tall block, eagle 4.5 4340 crank. eagle H beams .JE piston
10.5-1 , dart iron eagle 308 cc ,demon 850 macanical,
cam .238 int .248 [email protected]'' .600 .600 lift , built in 03 never instaled
Dude told me it makes 650 hp 800 foot # and red lines at 6000 rpm Th 400 4.88 gears 35 pull tires 38 mud and street tires
things Ive bought for It
holley 170 gph macanical , reocmended regulator to go with it,msd 6al
blaster coil hvc , 8.5 wires , bosh +4 plugs, custom billit converter from suncoast 2500 stall, summit pro torque starter
I will up grade to eletric fule pump
are all the things Ive bought good enough?
what hp are the crank and rods good to?
how do I identify arp rod bolts?
dude said it will run on pump gas?
newbe to the site and engines over 425 hp
Dan
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Old 10-02-2007, 10:31 PM
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The parts you listed should have no problems handling a 200 shot, the rods and crank should have no problem holding 800 to 900 horses. The Eagle beam rods are a good choice and when upgraded with the ARP 2000 psi bolts are some really good pieces.
ARP rod bolts will have the insignia on the bottom of the bolt.
Most every Eagle h beam rod I've ever seen come with the arp 180,000 psi bolts on them already but most people opt to upgrade to the wave loc 2000 psi bolts. Hope this answers your questions.
Goodluck, Charles
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Old 10-03-2007, 02:26 PM
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Thanks I will check the rod bolts befor I put it in
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