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    Default Freshly rebuilt 454

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    bump

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    whats the number on the heads? is it bored over?
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    049 heads, it was bored over although I don't know how much. Not more than .060. Speed-pro pistons were used.

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    wasn't done by your "old machine shop" was it? just messin'

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    No, if it was done by them it would have a rope tied to it with a bouy and a hook at the end. This came in a boat I bought. I checked it out with a boroscope before I handed over the $$, and also spoke with the owner/head machinist at Orange Engine about the build. The boat turned out to have rotted stringers, so I decided to part it out...then I decided to keep it and fix it, but now I need money to finish the other boat so I'm selling everything again....for now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lbhsbz View Post
    No, if it was done by them it would have a rope tied to it with a bouy and a hook at the end. This came in a boat I bought. I checked it out with a boroscope before I handed over the $$, and also spoke with the owner/head machinist at Orange Engine about the build. The boat turned out to have rotted stringers, so I decided to part it out...then I decided to keep it and fix it, but now I need money to finish the other boat so I'm selling everything again....for now.

    No, I can't make up my mind.

    Sorry to get off topic but Orange engine ?? Where are they or were they located. A family friend ownes a Orange engine in Dana Point and another owned one in Orange years back... Just wondering....
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    They're in Anaheim. There used to be a few stores but I guess they broke up and most are just parts stores now while jims place is the only one that does engine work.

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    Bump...new price, $1000. Get it outta my garage.

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    2 bolt? Cast crank? Rods? Anything special? Built for boat or car?
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    Rebuilt stock rods, cast crank, built as a jet boat engine. I don't know if it's a 2 or 4 bolt.

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