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Where to Find Specs on Old Integral Recips?

Where to Find Specs on Old Integral Recips?

Where to Find Specs on Old Integral Recips?

Hi guys. I am doing a project involving some ancient Clark RA-32's. I am in need of performance data on the power end and the available cylinders. Where does a guy look for data on these old recips?

Thanks guys! Pete

RE: Where to Find Specs on Old Integral Recips?

i "believe" i have some old documentation for various clark, cb, worthington, etc. engine data, but it is at home. i get home tonight - hopefully, i remember to look.


some info in above link, but i think not what you need.

good luck!

RE: Where to Find Specs on Old Integral Recips?

sorry, i cannot find the documentation. probably lost it when hard drive failed.

try contacting one of the gas transmission companies as someone knows someone whom will have the engine data.

RE: Where to Find Specs on Old Integral Recips?

It may be worth giving Dresser-Rand Painted Post, NY tech services a call. They still maintain many records and information on the Clark Brothers engine lineup. If you have serial numbers available, they should be able to help you out. The information I have access to is limited.. Feel free to email me: bniessing@dresser-rand.com and I can put you in touch directly with our integral engine team.

Brian Niessing

RE: Where to Find Specs on Old Integral Recips?

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RE: Where to Find Specs on Old Integral Recips?

Guys - Thanks for the great replies. Sorry for the delayed response. Brian - I will email you offline. Thanks again!! Pete

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