Stroker 496 BBC with aluminum heads!!
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    Default Stroker 496 BBC with aluminum heads!!

    496 Big Block Chevy
    Eagle 4130 crank
    Eagle H-beam rods with the L-19 bolt upgrade
    SRP Froged pistons
    Solid roller camshaft and lifters
    Canfield Aluminum heads with stainless valves
    Roller rockers
    SFI flexplate
    Moroso 10 quart pan

    Engine has very little time on it and everything was brand new when it was built! Idles nicley at 800rpm with 12 inches of vaccume! This engine had my twin turbo kit on it and only made a few pulls with it on mild boost.

    Bolt up a nice carb/intake and make 550hp on regular pump gas all day long or put boost to it and make as much as you want.... It is a Great engine!!

    $5,500

    Thanks for looking.

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    $5,500 shipped anywhere on the west coast with the pan!! $5,300 without the pan.

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    Travis
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    Quote Originally Posted by TwinTurbo540 View Post
    $5,300 shipped anywhere on the west coast!!

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    Travis
    that is one "hell" of a deal, especially with the cost of shipping!...someone better jump on it...throw a blower or turbo's on it & have a "awsome" river/lake boat

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    Travis, 2 or 4 bolt block?

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    Pics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrighton View Post
    Travis, 2 or 4 bolt block?
    It is a 4 bolt!!

    Travis

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    Quote Originally Posted by LBC boating View Post
    Pics?
    It is still in the boat at the moment with all the turbo stuff off of it. Here is a couple pic's of when everything was in the boat...

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    It also has a nice 10 quart moroso pan on it that is not going to clear the stroke of the new engine....

    Pan is basicly new, maybe has 3 hours run time on it
    Has two provisions for oil drain backs for turbos
    front and rear drain plugs
    plug for temp senson on the front as well
    paid 400 for the pan

    I will include the pan with the engine for 5500.....

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    Will it handle a blower?

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    Absolutly!! This engine was actually built with an 8-71 and 14 psi in mind but decided to go the turbo route. You could bolt up a blower set up and head to the lake.

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    Sale pending....

    Travis

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    sold!!

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    congrats Travis

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    Bump! Engine was bought by me. Plans changed, I removed the heads, took the rockers and rollers and lubed them and bagged them. The block was shrink wrapped and placed in the corner of the garage. Back up for sale 5K.

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