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    I'm wondering what you guys think may be a reasonable price for my current motor application in my Miller.

    I bought the motor used, but freshly built the summer of '07. Motor was built by Steve Anderson out of Patton race engines. Anyways, don't have a dyno or spec sheet. But, was told it makes anywhere from 600-650 HP.

    454 BBC .060 over, iron 990 ported heads, .680 cam lift, 12.5-1 compression, crane stud girdles, rockers, valve springs, dooley 7 qt marine oil pan, MSD distributor & 6ALN ignition, heat protected wires, aluminum fabricated valve covers w/weld on puke tank, edelbrock victor tunnel ram, 750 mechanical secondaries Demons, Holley mechanical fuel pump, (Maybe BG) fuel 4 port regulator.

    Headers, scoop, driveline, alternator not included ''IF SOLD''.

    Not sure what block ID it is, or other internal information. This motor came out of my old Caribbean, then right into the Miller. Oil has been changed regularly, race gas was mainly used. Lowest Octane VP100 from Terribles w/race mixture. Like I said, I may have missed a few things, but wanted to see what's a honest price cost for this motor. The boat ran at it's best in the high 80's. Have not GPS since April.

    Please, interested buyers only PM me for any other questions.
    Thanks, Nandi

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    I have 500 bucks and I will pull it out for you...

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    Just build what you want out of that motor, If anyone tells you that you cannot make more power from what you have, offer them a pair of used up ol' Nike's and tell em' to kick rocks! a pair of nice heads a single carbie and intake will pretty much get you where you want to be in that hull Nanders!
    Hell that TR intake is pretty damn sweet from what I saw this morning, not to mention the 4150 series Demons...there is your Domi carbie right there!
    Come out swingin bitch! it aint gonna take much to get around "Ginger" next year if you do it right!
    Yes, I may have been in the fridge a bit much today!

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    Quote Originally Posted by So.Bay*310* View Post
    . Motor was built by Steve Anderson out of Patton race engines. Anyways, don't have a dyno or spec sheet. But, was told it makes anywhere from 600-650 HP.
    If Steve gave that HP # Id believe it, he builds some bad ass engines, and knows his shit...
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    Motor is LONGGGGG gone. On it's way to Jefferson city, Missouri.

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