BluePrint PS5401 BP 540 Shortblock Crate Engine, Forged Crank
540 cu. in. Engine Displacement, Short Block Crate Engine Type, Forged Aluminum Piston Material
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BluePrint Engines - ProSeries - BP 540 Shortblock 2-Piece RMS
- Part# PS5401
- Forged Crank
- Dome-Top Pistons
- Forged Rods
- New Block Casting
- 540ci Big Block
- 2-piece Rear Main Seal
- 4-Bolt Main
- 4.500" Bore
- Forged Crank
- 4.250" Stroke
- Forged 6.385" Rods
- Forged, dome top pistons
Head Size-Compression Ratio
- 13.26:1 when using 119cc combustion chamber cylinder head
- and .039" thick gasket
540ci shortblock for street compression/pump gas applications
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