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    International Harvester small v 345.
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    It would be nice to know the torque/HP numbers.

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    A 345 IHC is a half a ton of iron, bigger dimensions than a BBC, and 180 HP at low RPM. Not your ideal hot rod power plant. Leave 'em for farm trucks.

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    UN holly combinders bat manwould be nice to see some numbers on it . if it has a good block and money any thing can make big power some just cheaper and E Z Rrrrrrrrr then some
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    Quote Originally Posted by pat mccarthy
    UN holly combinders bat manwould be nice to see some numbers on it . if it has a good block and money any thing can make big power some just cheaper and E Z Rrrrrrrrr then some
    I'm betting that engine is mostly stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 42K3
    I'm betting that engine is mostly stock.
    i will take that bet
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    That's pretty slick. There is no substitute for "cubic money", and with a little or a lot of it, you can make almost anything work better. In my experience, those "Binder" motors were da*^% tough when they were tuned and maintained right, and some of you farm boys will probably agree. Used quite a few of them over the years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R Pope
    A 345 IHC is a half a ton of iron, bigger dimensions than a BBC, and 180 HP at low RPM. Not your ideal hot rod power plant. Leave 'em for farm trucks.
    So is a 392 Hemi.
    IHC never built cars.
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    Hah! That's the first time I've heard a Binder and a Hemi called anything the same!
    IHC never made a car, but a '61 Scout was smaller than many cars. the later Scouts had 345's and were nose heavy dogs. I've had a few of virtually every vehicle IH ever made, and none of them were any hot rods. Even put a 304 in a '61 scout! Had a few IHC's with Hemi's in 'em, too. Much better than 345's!

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    Quote Originally Posted by R Pope
    Hah! That's the first time I've heard a Binder and a Hemi called anything the same!
    IHC never made a car, but a '61 Scout was smaller than many cars. the later Scouts had 345's and were nose heavy dogs. I've had a few of virtually every vehicle IH ever made, and none of them were any hot rods. Even put a 304 in a '61 scout! Had a few IHC's with Hemi's in 'em, too. Much better than 345's!
    i knew a guy that had a bbc 427 in one
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    Quote Originally Posted by R Pope
    Hah! That's the first time I've heard a Binder and a Hemi called anything the same!
    IHC never made a car, but a '61 Scout was smaller than many cars. the later Scouts had 345's and were nose heavy dogs. I've had a few of virtually every vehicle IH ever made, and none of them were any hot rods. Even put a 304 in a '61 scout! Had a few IHC's with Hemi's in 'em, too. Much better than 345's!
    How about IH sv392 and Chrysler 392 Hemi ?
    That 61 Scout was an American made mini-truck.
    The Scout IIs are nose heavy, especially with a driving front axel.
    so is a Dodge dart when you shoehorn in a 392 Hemi (see picture below)
    the sv345 does weigh 150 lbs more than a SBC @ 575 lbs,
    sv392 = 765 lbs,
    392 Hemi = 767 lbs
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    i did here that some did use the hemi in the old combinders how about a all alum donovan bbc 10.200 632cid only 450 pounds that will shuck your corn
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    you know hes got a poin stock 392's werent over 250 horse?????

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