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For all of you who have offered advice to me for the past 5 months, I wanted to update everyone on the motor. The machine shop has finally finished my 408W stroker after 5 months of waiting. The motor will run 11.2 to 1 CR, Track Heat heads, Tubular Automotive headers, a Bullet cam w/a profile of 245 @ .050, lift around .565, Eagle crank and h-beam rods, and a Canton road race pan (9 qts). Not sure about the hp so I'm going to wait until I can get the car on a chassis dyno. This will be going into my 66 Shelby clone that HAD a Street Boss motor until I decided to go the stroker route. Here is a thumbnail of the motor (thanks to Kent)
http://www.kkpony.com/64-66/thumbs/gt350mike-e.jpg

Fullsize shot http://www.kkpony.com/64-66/gt350mike-e.jpg

There is a lot of planning (and even more $$$$) that went into this motor. Again, thanks for everyone's input. Now all I need now is an alternate bracket and a crankshaft pulley (4 bolt) I should be in business.
 

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the anticipation has to be killing you! That looks like a beast!
 

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