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 My Personal Engine 2006 L33 Aluminum 5.3

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PostSubject: My Personal Engine 2006 L33 Aluminum 5.3   Sat Jul 27, 2013 10:27 pm

I have decided to sell the motor out of my car.

I am going to start swapping various ls based engines into my chassis during the spring and summer months so customers can hear the engines run and experience the power for themselves. Sense I am going this route, I really don't need a full time motor of my own, and I figure I can free up some funds for my company.

The engine is a 2006 all aluminum 5.3. It has 14x,000 miles on it and runs like a top. Doesn't burn oil, doesn't tick, doesn't leak....I just turn the key and it goes every time.

2006 L33 (24x/1x)
799 Casting Cylinder Heads (similar to 243 Corvette castings)

Stock cam specs:
114 LDA 116 INTAKE CENTERLINE
1.70 ROCKER RATIO
Lift:
@Cam @Valve
EXHAUST: 0.283 0.480
INTAKE: 0.283 0.480






This engine is BONE STOCK right down the factory cam. I have run a best of 13.0@106 in a 3600lb car with this motor through a TH350. It will run this number all day long too, not a one hit cool-down wonder. It is a really great piece and runs awesome.

Before I dropped it into my caprice, I changed the valve cover gaskets and grommets, valley cover gasket, intake manifold gaskets, and installed new plugs and wires. Coil covers, front cover and valley cover all have stainless socket cap hardware. Since I have had this engine in my possession, I have only used Amsoil and Delco Filters.

Right now it is painted a Fordish Gray color. The engine will come with a brand new GM Musclecar Pan Kit (I need to keep my F-Body pan that is on it now).

I have it listed as a long block, but the sale does include complete drive by cable intake manifold, return style fuel rails with AN fitting adapters, injectors, coils, flexplate and spacer (flexplate and spacer is setup for TH350/TH400)

No accessories, no harness or pcm. I can supply these things for extra if you need them.

1200.00 pretty firm

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413-455-9795
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