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    Cool FS or Trade, 565 BBC engine and parts.

    I have a spare 565cid BBC (700hp) from my boat. It has nearly 175 hours on it.
    It was low on compression when I replaced it. Found "black death" on top of the pistons. The rest of the engine is in great shape. Callies crank, Eagle L-19 rods, Edelebrock CNC aluminum heads w/ inconel exhaust valves and stainless steel intakes. Hydraulic roller cam, lifters and pushrods. Everything in this motor is top class. Needs new pistons. Might not need bore. Needs to be checked. Caught the problem early.
    I have other Big Block Chevy parts, cam, electric water pumps, oil pumps and more. $5000 in good lightly use parts. $10k if bought new.
    I am looking to sell or trade for SBC performance parts.
    *No rockers.*
    Wanted, Lt4 intake, Lt4 heads, '94 C-4 headers, Corvette FX3 shocks and/or accuators. You name it. I don't want junk. I am not offering junk.
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    contact number please..... what block is it?
    Formally know as UNFORGIVEN...

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    Gen VI low deck. 4.530 bore x 4.375 stroke. Callies dragon slater crank. Two Hyd. Roller cams, lifters and pushrods. No rockers. Polished Valve covers. Long Block. Victor 365cc runner #7760 CNC'd heads. Flywheel, Damper, 77 oil pump included. Needs pistons. $5000. Twice that invested.
    PM me your email for more info.
    *First post stated Roller rockers. ERROR. No rockers included.* Just pushrods and roller lifters.
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    Bad ass engine stand! What's the details on that?

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    Cool Home made

    I am a stainless steel fabricator in my spare time. I built this SS stand. It rotates 360 as a normal stand and 360 as a merry-go-round. I have limited room to work and I can stand in one place with the engine next to the wall. Necesity is the mother of invention. It has a large heavy base with wheels on one side. I can tilt it back and roll it around with an engine on it but I must be very careful. I don't do it with a full engine mounted. Too heavy. Usually just the short block.
    Everything has a price but this won't be cheap. It is display quality.
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    Thumbs up engine stand...

    Quote Originally Posted by hondoboat View Post
    Bad ass engine stand! What's the details on that?

    x2....thanks for posting pics.
    Never thought the base (submarine hatch) looked like that tho !
    ohh....good luck with the engine & parts...

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    Cool Mistake on posting.

    This engine has Eagle L-19 rods. I was told they were Manely before I bought it. Sorry for the Mis-info. Just found the I.D.

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    what you meant was eagle rods with L19 bolts... I didnt think they were Manley...

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    Ryan you are correct those rod bolts are pricey.Is Ed looking to build somthg?He should give me a call before its all history.

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    Not everyone in this world tells the truth but I still tend to believe people. Then when I get burned, I take them off my list, completely. If I find out that I made any error I correct it. Any serious buyer who buys used parts will go to the parts for sale and inspect them personally. Only positive way to know what you are getting. Don't judge them buy phone.
    For the shopper that challenged me on value of these part when I replaced them new, here are receipt numbers. Some of the replacement parts were more expensive than what I am selling like the bowtie block.
    GMPP block and roller cam $1,953
    AFR CNC heads compete $5,184
    Callies rotating assembley $3,967 crank, rods and pistons balanced
    flywheel $ 195
    Front dampner $ 299
    Polished aluminun valve covers $ 150
    Oil pump $ 35
    push rods $ 90
    Hyd. roller lifters $ 425
    Total new cost $12,298
    You may find them cheaper someplace but I say my $10,000 claim is resonable for these parts new.
    Don't always believe the so called experienced expert. Check the numbers and quality for your self.

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