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 Post subject: Chinese Block
 Post Posted: Sat Oct 24, 2009 7:20 pm 
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Carl spent a lot of time on this so i,am posting it over here from ST for the people that don,t go on that site.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

I first have to thank Leo at http://www.rlengines.com/ in conjunction with Turbo cam which performed an Optical Emission Spectroscopy, I will add Leo has been working on a new anti-wear treatment TX-1 for performance components http://www.rlengines.com/tech/TX1.pdf Give him a call for more info.

Some of the Key ingredients in cast iron to make it strong are Nickel,Molybdenum, Copper

The Little-M nickel content is 0.149, Molybdenum 0.211, Copper 0.404

Dart SHP Nickel content is 0.071, Molybdenum .016, copper 0.283

Chinese block Nickel content is 0.005, Molybdenum 0.005, Copper 0.020

Leo did the Brinell test by using the Rockwell B Scale and converting it to Brinell scale and he will back this test.

Little-M tested 200

SHP 190

Chinese block 107

I am sure the Chinese blocks will very from block to block and now I see why when I had to line hone the Chinese block it kept loading the stones up as it was extremely soft.
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