Just kidding, it should be around 7.2 seconds I think.
060 as a whole number? .060? 0.60?
.040 is the best, But you can go .060 over but it may try to run hot in the summer time. No more then .060 cause after that the cylinder walls are to then.
Yes, 060 is greater than 045
.060 acres = 2,614 square feet.
.060 acres = 2,613.6 square feet.
It is the equivalent of 60/1
Yes allowable up and down movement is about .060 inch. Yes allowable up and down movement is about .060 inch.
If my math is correct , just over 362 cubic inches ( 4 inch bore x 3.5 inch stroke , bored .060 inches )
Depending on the piston type you are running, you would bore .030, .060, .090. Or, .020, .040. At .030, you come out to 355. So, at .060, 360.
If it has the 3.8L motor, then the spark plug gap is .060. If it is the 5.7L motor, then the gap is .050 (unless you are using AC rapidfire plugs, then it is also the .060 gap).
If it is a V6, it is .060"
1.06 million = 1 060 000
Bore a 454, .060 over.
Well, if it is a 3.1Liter sfi then the gap should be .060". I'm pretty sure all engine for that year are .060" if they have the high out put coils on them. Let me know.