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    what are most guys having the best luck with? what brand is the lightest and best? we're 1/2 filling a standard deck bbc up to the freeze plugs and not sure what brand to go with and how much we'll need.

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    quickcrete use a 80lb bag mix with warm water sorry couldnt hepl myself

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotbo View Post
    quickcrete use a 80lb bag mix with warm water sorry couldnt hepl myself
    lol, that's what my uncle's machinist said think i hurt his feelings when i laughed about it. i know some guys use that concrete repair stuff, but i'd rather him buy the block specific stuff

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    try ( hard bloc) is the name and can be found almost anywhere on the web
    try www.competitionproducts.com

    http://www.rehermorrison.com/
    http://www.raceeng.com/.............. these people are the best out there . !!!

    moroso also has a version of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by flat601 View Post
    try ( hard bloc) is the name and can be found almost anywhere on the web
    try www.competitionproducts.com

    http://www.rehermorrison.com/
    http://www.raceeng.com/.............. these people are the best out there . !!!

    moroso also has a version of it
    rehr uses the hardblok brand?

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    do they still make block rock ?

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    i need something that is really gonna reinforce the webbing, this thing will see 30+lbs boost

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMPATIENT 1 View Post
    i need something that is really gonna reinforce the webbing, this thing will see 30+lbs boost
    i'm just curious?...what r u building...a rocket ship??

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMPATIENT 1 View Post
    i need something that is really gonna reinforce the webbing, this thing will see 30+lbs boost
    tom i hope you learned your lesson on the last gm blocktell billy to buy a good damn block so there is no problemsif not okay milkshake time again

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    We have used the Moroso block filler in all of our drag racing engines with good luck (Moroso part #35570).

    If this is a GM block, you might as well not waste your time putting it together if you're going to run 30lbs of boost.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wet-n-Wild View Post
    We have used the Moroso block filler in all of our drag racing engines with good luck (Moroso part #35570).

    If this is a GM block, you might as well not waste your time putting it together if you're going to run 30lbs of boost.
    i agreeits a turbo dealio

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    Use a better block or reduce the boose! Hard bloc is in my 2 motors but, it's not that critical on mine! WT


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    Hey guys, just reading through the thread, and wondering. What's the advantage of filling the block? Strength only?


    PS> Is this used for drag racing only?

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    I have a brand new Dart block.
    Should I even be thinking of doing a 1/2 fill?????

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