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    Default WTB: 502 + Block

    10 hours into a fresh rebuilt 496 the camshaft broke into 3 pieces, #7 valve hit piston, broke and resulted in this...So now looking for a rebuildable 502 block in the $500 - $900 range. I am also willing to go larger CI for the reasonable price. Love to get back on the water quick... Anyone looking to sell?Jeff(714) 612-7125
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    I have a 496 long block that is complete if that would get you on the water faster. You could use your oil pump and pan and your intake and ignition. Lets talk and see if we can work something out to get you on the water.

    http://www.performanceboats.com/part...5-496-bbc.html

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    Paul thank you for the offer but I'd like to step up to the 502 platform if I can find something. I've got my builder all geared up and ready to build a nice 540 just need the block.

    Anyone out there know where/how to track down an illusive 502 block?

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    Ive got a like new set of 4.5" SRP pistons that came out of my 509" build that Im not gonna use. need them gone.
    1975 Sanger True Flat - 496 BBC
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    Quote Originally Posted by ptc View Post
    Ive got a like new set of 4.5" SRP pistons that came out of my 509" build that Im not gonna use. need them gone.

    PM sent.

    Still looking for the block to stuff parts like this in...

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    New Chevy Bowtie block.Still in crate.Will bore to 4.625. $1700.00.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RiverJeff View Post
    PM sent.

    Still looking for the block to stuff parts like this in...
    I've got a 4in stroke GM forged steel crank and 7 Eagle H-Beam rods.....
    What happens on the Delta stays on the Delta

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    Quote Originally Posted by PCE680 View Post
    New Chevy Bowtie block.Still in crate.Will bore to 4.625. $1700.00.

    Wow thats a great block! I happened to buy a used Bowtie just hours before this post...

    I know that if you post this for sale there will be a lot of guys ready to buy it from you. Thank you for replying and good luck with the sale!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deltarat View Post
    I've got a 4in stroke GM forged steel crank and 7 Eagle H-Beam rods.....
    Thanks for the offer, I am heading in the direction of 4.500" stroke and bore to get a 572 so I would be out on the crank. Do you know what length the rods are?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RiverJeff View Post
    Thanks for the offer, I am heading in the direction of 4.500" stroke and bore to get a 572 so I would be out on the crank. Do you know what length the rods are?
    I believe they are 6.135 but I would have to check...
    What happens on the Delta stays on the Delta

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