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SBC Dimensions

Discussion in 'T-Bucket Engine and Driveline Articles' started by LumenAl, Feb 28, 2009.

  1. LumenAl

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    Request was made for SBC Dimensions... here is a chart.

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    great post Al....thanks!!

    Ron
     
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    Credit goes to Der Spieler (Steve), FluidFloyd (George), and Baby Hugh who provided the information, I just gathered it up and posted it...
     
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    FluidFloyd (George) Sent me some updated drawing making it easier to identify different components by using different colors, more dimensional references were added and I modified the text size and arrows to make it easier to see on screen then upload 3 views (top, front, and side) so on screen you would be able to see better... hope you like the updates... and remember... while these dimensions check out against the Chevrolet print in the Chevrolet Power Book, they are for reference only.
     
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    This is cool. Too bad I am doing inline motors. Great job Al.
     
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    Al,

    I have to disagree with you on just providing information. I see where you corrected the cylinder head location. Thanks, you saved me a lot of work. I wonder how many caught it in the original post? You are the man! Now, if I can just come up with a big block, transmission and that inline engine. We'll see.

    George
     
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    YOU THE MAN, looks great, just printed one out full page, Thanks

    Jerry
     






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