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bfurches



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PostSubject: Wanted...LT1 Short Block   Tue Nov 23, 2010 7:24 pm

Looking for an LT1 short block for a project. Internals do NOT matter as long as the block has not been damaged. I just picked up a set of the 374 casting alumin heads, and I have some sbc internals I plan on using to make a nasty 368.

If you have one you want to let go...let me know!
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PostSubject: Re: Wanted...LT1 Short Block   Tue Nov 23, 2010 8:20 pm

I don't know y you don't just pm me, how many do u want?
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PostSubject: Re: Wanted...LT1 Short Block   Tue Nov 23, 2010 8:50 pm

bfurches wrote:
Looking for an LT1 short block for a project. Internals do NOT matter as long as the block has not been damaged. I just picked up a set of the 374 casting alumin heads, and I have some sbc internals I plan on using to make a nasty 368.

If you have one you want to let go...let me know!
I have a core from a camaro in pieces for inspection. I also have photos of some rust pitting damage that will have to be cleaned up in the over bore step & I have already power wire brushed all eight bores for measuring purposes. But remember that although these blocks often have reasonably good absence of "deal-breaking" core shift, the cylinder wall thickness, if longevity means anything to you, limits maximum power to just over 500 HP and ONLY if you can stay out of detonation. If you are racing these babies, use block-fill. Also, pouring that stuff is a little trickier than normal due to the reverse cooling. It's indoors & ready to be picked up. I paid $300 for it but I chose an RM motor that did not require an over bore. Take it away, its yours for the cost of your travels.
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PostSubject: Re: Wanted...LT1 Short Block   Tue Nov 23, 2010 9:29 pm

Machine-De-Zine wrote:
bfurches wrote:
Looking for an LT1 short block for a project. Internals do NOT matter as long as the block has not been damaged. I just picked up a set of the 374 casting alumin heads, and I have some sbc internals I plan on using to make a nasty 368.

If you have one you want to let go...let me know!
I have a core from a camaro in pieces for inspection. I also have photos of some rust pitting damage that will have to be cleaned up in the over bore step & I have already power wire brushed all eight bores for measuring purposes. But remember that although these blocks often have reasonably good absence of "deal-breaking" core shift, the cylinder wall thickness, if longevity means anything to you, limits maximum power to just over 500 HP and ONLY if you can stay out of detonation. If you are racing these babies, use block-fill. Also, pouring that stuff is a little trickier than normal due to the reverse cooling. It's indoors & ready to be picked up. I paid $300 for it but I chose an RM motor that did not require an over bore. Take it away, its yours for the cost of your travels.

Thanks man. Check your pm's just replied
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