Re: [GFS] 57/58 POLY
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Re: [GFS] 57/58 POLY



In a message dated 10/4/02 11:11:57 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
o2cooled@xxxxxxxxxx writes:


> My theory, from looking at the "F" in the #'s is that the "F" blocks 
> are the same as any other Plymouth 318 block of the time.  I think 
> that when the motor was destined for a Fury, the "F" was added so as 
> to identify it as a motor with the higher compression pistons, rowdy 
> cam, forged crank or whatever else was special to the Fury, etc so 
> they didn't wind up in the nanny's grocery getter Plaza or Savoy. 
> Again, just my opinion.
> 
> 

Brian

Your thoughts on the 318 block is correct.  All 318 blocks were the same.

The Fury engine had exactly what you said in the above paragraph, plus a 
higher compression ratio.  
John Paxos


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