Thread: Rover 4.9lt made 391hp 356tq - Video and Dyno sheet inside.

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  1. #1 Rover 4.9lt made 391hp 356tq - Video and Dyno sheet inside. 
    Built this stroked 4.9 for a long time customer. Put down great HP and once it has its big tubed headers on it, should be pushing 400HP. This is going in a TR8.

    Specs here:

    297 ci (4.9lt, stroked 4.6)

    Short block 6" forged rods, JE forged pistons (11.1)
    JE Engineering Stage 3 CNC heads
    Roller cam (Designed by The Wedge Shop)
    Roller rockers
    Custom HD push rods
    Rollmaster chain, Cam retainer,
    Electric water pump,
    Harcourt intake
    Holley HP 650 Carb
    Mallory Distributor


    Video here:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JdKPj...Jyrw2WPy9DN23Q

    Dyno Sheet here:

    http://www.thewedgeshop.com/uploads/...1151452181.pdf
    The Wedge Shop
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    That's going to be one seriously fast ride!
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    Darrell Walker
    66 TR4A IRS-SC CTC67956L
    81 TR8 SATPZ458XBA406206
    Vancouver, WA, USA
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    Very nice build. I would like to know more about the cam spec,s and details about the heads if you can share?

    Thanks Mark
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    The heads are done by this guy in the UK. Stage 3.

    http://www.johnealesroverv8.co.uk/19.html

    Can get you more info on the Cam shortly.

    Thanks
    Clint
    The Wedge Shop
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    Thanks Clint. Do you sell the cam and lifters? I would be interested to know some details
    Mark
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    Yes we had the Cam built custom to the setup. Give us a ring to chat about it.

    508-880-5448. Ask for Woody.
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    Curious, what does an engine like this cost, and can a convertible take that kind of power?
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