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    Default 476" blower motor

    I took this motor in on trade and plan to run it if I don't sell it.

    It's chev 4bolt block
    Steel 1/8" stroke crank
    Manley I beam rods 850 hp rating
    JE custom pistons compression between 8-9 to 1 not sure
    Total seal rings
    Solid roller cam have specs like 670 lift nothing to radical
    Roller rockers
    Some old casting brodix heads maybe early 90's
    Littlefield competition blower manifold with burst panel
    671 blower 8lbs of boost
    Two 750 blower carbs
    Fuel pump
    Msd distributor
    Msd 6a box ?
    Dooley v drive pan and scoop
    Gear drive milidon ? I'll have to look

    nice motor should make 800 hp Id guess. Pics asap how about 7,500.00


    TRADE FOR ???????
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    TTT

    Offers welcome, and no I don't want your sand car, banshee , prerunner , bayliner or your
    Lot in AZ worth 3k. Thanks

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    How about a trailer in Vacaville

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    Only if were neighbors .....

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    to bad it has that 81 sticker on it!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Default Sticker !!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by ahaquincobra View Post
    to bad it has that 81 sticker on it!!!!!!!!!!!
    That sticker was on it when i got it, I have no affiliation and nor do I care to. Peeled it off as soon as I got it.

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    Could one assume that the block is just painted as Aluminum?
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    I'd say that's a good guess lol
    Not an aluminum block sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1bdhondo View Post
    I'd say that's a good guess lol
    Not an aluminum block sorry
    Sure looks real, though! Someone did a nice job.
    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    EFI is the wave of the future. There can be no denying it. Electronics have been on the leading edge of our entire lives. Not only os the magneto dead, but the standard issue CDI is wavering. Its all about total fuel, air AND spark control. Anybody that thinks its not has their head up their ass.


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    I think its just the pics not really intended to be an aluminum look.

    Offers are welcomed. Motor is in good shape.

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    You know, you could just donate that to my non-profit.
    I have a bunch of super low income high school kids out here interested in
    performance boats that dont really get anywhere for lack
    of funds. Send it to me and claim the real value for that engine
    on your taxs.

    It was worth a try!

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    what is wrong with the sticker

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdub79j View Post
    what is wrong with the sticker
    only the oldest & largest biker gang in quite possibly the world.

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