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    Quote Originally Posted by 42K3 View Post
    International Harvester small v 345.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IqdYVwVrX1E
    insanely
    I never get tired of this video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 42K3 View Post
    So is a 392 Hemi.
    IHC never built cars.
    Hi people,
    The biggest lump of iron that I.H. ever made was a 547" back in the '50's
    It made all others look small. The later 345" was also a hard worker.
    I drove an 8 wheeler tray top with a g.v.w of 26 ton Imperial and
    it had a 500 Holley on it. The reliabilty was 1st class and a credit
    to Yank engineering... All the best from Skyeking......

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    Quote Originally Posted by skyeking View Post
    Hi people,
    The biggest lump of iron that I.H. ever made was a 547" back in the '50's
    It made all others look small. The later 345" was also a hard worker.
    I drove an 8 wheeler tray top with a g.v.w of 26 ton Imperial and
    it had a 500 Holley on it. The reliabilty was 1st class and a credit
    to Yank engineering... All the best from Skyeking......
    A 345/727 combo with Dana 44s can really hook up on a soft dirt hill in 4WD.
    Greetings to you in NS.

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    It sounded to me, when he opened the carbs up all the way that it had one heck of a long flat spot before the RPM's started to come up. Watch the throttle's on the side of the carbs open, then listen too how long it takes it to raise the RPM's up.
    Anyone else hearing the same thing.
    Kurt
    Last edited by vara4; 03-16-2010 at 02:30 AM.

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    Kurt, that flat spot is from the dyno loading the engine up; it loads it and the engine has to overcome it to generate the hp and torque measurements. I agree with 42K3, though: this is always an entertaining video.
    Rrumbler, Aka: Hey you, "Old School", Hairy, and other unsavory monickers.

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