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  1. UNDERCOVER HQ

    UNDERCOVER HQ HOT 202

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    WILL THE FORD 250 CRANK SHAFT FIT IN TO THE 186 202 BLOCK IF SO WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE.CHEERS.:idea3:
     
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    UNDERCOVER HQ HOT 202

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    I have been told to use hemi con rods.
     
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    go onto gmh-torana.com there is some good info in there about it.
     
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    Cheers for that.
     
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    Pretty sure they use a Ford 221 crank cut the snout off and weld a 202 snout back on it.
    Different pistons with pin heights shorter to compensate for stroke.
    Better off to use a longer custom rod and a shorter piston pin height piston to try to correct the rod/stroke ratio.
    Cause the usual setup has a tendancy to poke rods out the sides of the block.
     

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