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    Need oval port aluminum manifolds single or dual plane but matching (2). 2 sets of .030 - .060. or .120 pistons with compression around 10 to 1 with .049 heads. 2 camshafts and lifters for 2,000 to 6,000 RPM range. 2 sets of ratio roller rockers 1.7 preferably. 1 454 steel crank (NO CAST PLEASE) with damper .010-.010 is OK. Roller timing chain sets in good condition (2). Engines are std. 1983 454's. I have all the Mercruiser coolers and hoses for a Scarab I'm not using. Remote oil filter mounts and hoses for Mercruisers also. IF YOU ONLY HAVE ONE OF WHAT I NEED LET ME KNOW, OTHERS MAY HAVE MORE I NEED.

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    Check with Barry, he has a bunch of parts he's getting rid of.

    http://www.performanceboats.com/part...454-parts.html

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    Polished Edelbrock torquer, $150.... plus shipping from Tacoma WA area.
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    1983 DiMarco 7/8 runner bottom, BBC (coming soon).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheeler View Post
    Check with Barry, he has a bunch of parts he's getting rid of.

    http://www.performanceboats.com/part...454-parts.html
    Thanks, I do think I have a good steel crank, and may have more parts that I am not recalling right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahiti350 View Post
    Polished Edelbrock torquer, $150.... plus shipping from Tacoma WA area.
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    Like it, lets see if another pops up soon. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheeler View Post
    Check with Barry, he has a bunch of parts he's getting rid of.

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    Thanks I will do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by obnoxious001 View Post
    Thanks, I do think I have a good steel crank, and may have more parts that I am not recalling right now.
    Let me know, I found a std steel here in havasu for $220.00. Bets I should grab it.

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    A buddy of mine had the same intake, not polished, but sold it a couple of weeks ago...
    1983 DiMarco 7/8 runner bottom, BBC (coming soon).

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    I have a nice steel crank out of my 454 I just had polished not long ago it is .010 rods n mains.. 250.00 ..also have a steel 454 crank fresh from Riola racing that was cross drilled and chamfered and polished for 300.00 not ran since back from Riola racing..also .0101 rods n main I have a damper I will throw in.. its nothing special but it is a good cheap one lol.. also have a nice Billet double roller timing set with 9 way adjustable crank gear and Torrington bearing used for maybe 2 hours 50.00
    Last edited by Billdoe; 07-09-2014 at 05:40 PM.

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