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    Default Warren Johnson Pro Stock Motor

    500Ci Aluminum DRCE Pro stock motor.

    Dont get confused by the Oldsmobile, this thing is a chevy

    DRCE Heads ported by EPD
    Kinsler Stack EFI injection
    Mercury Ignition and cpu
    Jessel timing Belt
    Oliver 4130 Rods
    Diamond pistons
    All roller
    Shaft rockers
    Callies Stealth Forged crank
    Dry sump pan and 3stage pump
    water pump
    Fuel pump




    Specs
    Bell housing is Chevy, Chrysler and BOP
    Deck 9.8
    bore 4.437
    Stroke 4.
    rocker ratio int 1.73 and ex 1.6
    cam @.050 266 and 430
    12 to 1


    Warren Johnson Pro stock motor.
    Heads done by EPD
    Dont get confused by the Oldsmobile, thats just the valve covers.
    This motor uses all Chevy components.
    Had engine completely checked out. Ready for reassembly. Needs rings, bearings, head studs, and lifters. Have all of the rest.
    12,999.obo Willing to work trade for a razor, toyota tacoma 4x4 or something cool.
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    If that was a Warren Johnson pro stock motor it would make closer to 1400hp.... Just sayin.

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    Actually they were only at about 1200 at the time and with carbs. They are in the 1400 range in todays cars. This has been detuned with a lot lower compression but W/Injection.

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    PS engines never ran alum. blocks. Nice engine, just not "Pro Stock".

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    Quote Originally Posted by scott foxwell View Post
    PS engines never ran alum. blocks. Nice engine, just not "Pro Stock".
    Bob Glidden ran a Alum block with his Ford Hemi when they were legal in Pro Stock,but never with fuel Injection.

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    I had a complete Warren Johnson engine with set of heads similar to these that were from the mid 80s. Rocker assemble is the weak link but done right can be repaired and made solid. Mine made 1060hp at 740tq.

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    I RUN A OLD PRO STOCK MOTOR, 24 DEGREE MOTOR,499.8 CUBIC INCH Big Block Chevy,BBC STANDARD GM BLOCK,135 OVER BORE,4.150 STROKE CRANK,6.470 LENGTH ROD,HEADS FLOWED BY PERCISION ENGINES IN NY,MOTOR MAKES 920 HORSE POWER AT 8000RPM

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    DRCE heads are cool. And this is what a Pro Stock Engine looks like.
    And FYI. Current Pro Stock engines are making 1460 hp. :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ontheNOS View Post
    DRCE heads are cool. And this is what a Pro Stock Engine looks like.
    And FYI. Current Pro Stock engines are making 1460 hp. :-)
    YeP! Thats what i said.

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    Bump!
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    New Price!

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    I had one just like that in 2000 that I bought from Scarlata, Had sheet metal intake with two 1150's. It made around 1060 HP, he used it in PGF and I used it in PGJ. If was fun but a lot of maintained with the big cam. Had to stay on top of the valve springs. Nice motor if its a solid piece!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheyenne321 View Post
    I had one just like that in 2000 that I bought from Scarlata, Had sheet metal intake with two 1150's. It made around 1060 HP, he used it in PGF and I used it in PGJ. If was fun but a lot of maintained with the big cam. Had to stay on top of the valve springs. Nice motor if its a solid piece!
    I understand that, this motor is tuned way down, 13/1 vs 15+ really mild lift cam with less over lap for water injected exhaust, could even use a bigger one. its set up to last not a full blown race motor but with all the best stuff. price it out this would cost 50k to build new.

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