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    Default BDS 8-71 COMPLETE & Show Polished with NEW Carb Shop 750's $3300

    BDS Stage 2 8-71 COMPLETE !!!

    Hard Anodized Rotors that are as close to new as your gonna get " Not Striped " ...part of stage 2

    Billet Front and Rear Plates ... part of stage 2
    3 Pullys
    BDS Comp 9.8 Square Port Manifod
    -10an and -8 an Stainless Hard Lines for carbs that wrap around blower all the way down
    carb linkage

    2 BRAND NEW Carb Shop
    Stage 2 Holley 750dp Blower Carbs were $800 a piece

    all 17 pieces were show polished and are still wrapped in plastic wrap.

    I own a clear coating company for polished aluminum and was going to coat it all before i brought it back to BDS to re-assemble
    a $150 cost and in all reality you shouldn't buy a used blower and not have it inspected anyway so 1/2 the cost has already been paid for.

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    I forgot to mention that I am willing to coat all 17 pieces so that you will never have to polish them again for a discounted fee of $200 for the purchaser of this set up!

    Located near Apple Valley, CA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TTspectra20 View Post
    BDS Stage 2 8-71 COMPLETE !!!

    Hard Anodized Rotors that are as close to new as your gonna get " Not Striped " ...part of stage 2

    Billet Front and Rear Plates ... part of stage 2
    3 Pullys
    BDS Comp 9.8 Square Port Manifod
    -10an and -8 an Stainless Hard Lines for carbs that wrap around blower all the way down
    carb linkage

    2 BRAND NEW Carb Shop Holley 750dp's Stage 2 were $800 a piece


    all 17 pieces were show polished and are still wrapped in plastic wrap.

    I own a clear coating company for polished aluminum and was going to coat it all before i brought it back to BDS to re-assemble
    a $150 cost and in all reality you shouldn't buy a used blower and not have it inspected anyway so 1/2 the cost has already been paid for.

    $330
    0

    Located near Apple Valley, CA.

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    that is swaweet!!!

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    Sweet!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rpm0414 View Post
    Sweet!!!!
    Thanks Guys kinda sad I have to grow up and sell all my toys to put a down on a house but it is what it is ....

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    what all is needed to bolt it on to a BBC? do you have a belt, bottom pulley? im interested. I may just have to ditch my stack fuel injection set up :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SofaKingFast View Post
    what all is needed to bolt it on to a BBC? do you have a belt, bottom pulley? im interested. I may just have to ditch my stack fuel injection set up :-)
    I have 3 pulleys and a belt.
    You would need a crank hub or harmonic balancer for a blower which i have listed separately.
    I have the gaskets but i would use new ones.

    When i said complete i meant complete




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    I forgot to mention that I am willing to coat all 17 pieces so that you will never have to polish them again for a discounted fee of $200 for the purchaser of this set up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TTspectra20 View Post
    I forgot to mention that I am willing to coat all 17 pieces so that you will never have to polish them again for a discounted fee of $200 for the purchaser of this set up!
    Wow..... They look badazz already!!!! Someone is going to get a deal.....I've never had a blower motor....I'll assume 9.5-10.0 CR would be pushing it????
    I’d rather live with a good question than a bad answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deweydaddy View Post
    Wow..... They look badazz already!!!! Someone is going to get a deal.....I've never had a blower motor....I'll assume 9.5-10.0 CR would be pushing it????
    Depends on what octane you're willing to pay to run

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    Quote Originally Posted by TTspectra20 View Post
    Depends on what octane you're willing to pay to run

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    A friend is completing a build of a 496 for me.....I do believe its a 10.1-10.5 CR motor....C Strubb kit....wish I had a opportunity for your parts stuff before the build started......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deweydaddy View Post
    A friend is completing a build of a 496 for me.....I do believe its a 10.1-10.5 CR motor....C Strubb kit....wish I had a opportunity for your parts stuff before the build started......
    As simple as a piston, and cam swap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TTspectra20 View Post
    As simple as a piston, and cam swap.
    Perfect for E-85, if you are willing to have carbs worked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jspeeddemon View Post
    Perfect for E-85, if you are willing to have carbs worked.
    yep!!!

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    After so many inquiries regarding splitting the carbs and blower up ... I will consider it !

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