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Eagle Eagle Small Block Mopar Competition Rotating Assemblies

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Eagle 20107030
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$2,471.99
Competition Rotating Assembly -
Mopar 360
Stroke: 3.580
Disp. @ 4.030: 365
Rod Length: 6.123
Pistons: -5cc Flat Top
Rings: File Fit
Comp. Ratio 60cc/65cc/70cc: 10.8/10.2/9.7
Free Shipping - Ships directly from the manufacturer on 03/08/21
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How do you determine the cc' s of your heads on a Dodge 360 1976 year model

Asked by: Jjdart
You would use this Part Number: 555-80950 to measure the cc's of your cylinder head.
Answered by: Rusty B
Date published: 2017-12-13
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