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Eagle 20107030

Eagle Small Block Mopar Competition Rotating Assemblies

Eagle 20107030
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Eagle 20107030 Eagle Small Block Mopar Competition Rotating Assemblies $2,019.99
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

Eagle 20107030 Details

360 Block Competition Assemblies

Designed for Internal Balance - Flexplate/Flywheel and Balancer Not Included, Professional Machine Shop Balancing Required

Specifications:

Manufacturer's Part Number:
20107030

Eagle Small Block Mopar Competition Rotating Assemblies offer the ultimate reliability and strength at an affordable price for the most demanding applications. These kits include an Eagle Forged 4340 Steel Crankshaft, Eagle H-Beam Rods, Mahle Forged Pistons, Hastings Rings and high-performance Clevite or King Bearings.

Notes:

  • Assembly part numbers that begin with “B” are balanced by Eagle and require no additional balancing.  Part numbers that do not begin with “B” are unbalanced assemblies and must be balanced by a qualified machine shop before use.
  • All kits are designed for internal balance.
  • Mopar 340 engines have a standard bore size of 4.040". Kits are available in standard bore and .030" oversize.
  • Mopar 360 engines have a standard bore size of 4.000". Kits are available in .030", .040", and .060" oversizes.
  • Eagle Specialty Products reserves the right to substitute pistons due to availability.

How do you determine the cc' s of your heads on a Dodge 360 1976 year model

Asked by: Jj360
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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