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chomme
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 52
posted June 26, 2001 08:26 PM UIN: 1986763
I have the following racing parts for sale:

- Dart "Little M" 400 small block chevy block. This block has the splayed mains, is brand new, 4.125" bore and 400 main journal sizes.

- TRP 4340 3.75" stroke SBC crankshaft for use with 6" rods and has 350 main journal size. This crank is internally balanced.

- 400 Chevy complete short block. Two bolt mains. Bored, align honed, decked. Reground 10/10 crank, 5.7" polished rods with ARP bolts, KB 12.5:1 hypereutectic pistons, fully balanced with pork chop and harmonic balancer.

- Herbert roller cam for small block chevy. .630" lift, approx 270-280 duration @ .050 (email me for specs)...good cam to 8200rpm.

- Cam Dynamics roller cam. .614" valve lift (approx), unknown duration. I don't have a cam card for this, but I know it was in a late model that was driven by the top guys out here in CA on asphalt.

- Dart Sportsman heads. 64cc, straight plugs...bare castings, brand new.

- Summit pushrods - stock length for small block chevy (using guideplates).

- Bigs 750 four barrel double pumper carburetor. This is the stage 5 unit that they advertise on eBay. I have two of them...one with one race on it, another brand new. These feature the aftermarket body and all the trick parts for carburetors.(these are stage 3 emulsion)

- QFT 750cfm four barrel carburetor. QFT is run by the man who designed the 4150HP for holley and now started doing his own carbs. It features the aftermarket body, HP metering blocks, etc. (I believe these are stage 2 emulsion)

- QFT 500 cfm Holley 4412 carburetors (2). These are budget carburetors set up for circle track use where rules require a stock 4412.

- Pro Systems Weapon CT 4412 carburetor. This carburetor is Nascar legal and is the highest output (stock bore) Holley 4412 you can find anywhere. You can find them at www.prosystem.com and read all about it.

- C & S 890 cfm Holley 2 barrel carb. This features 2" bores, the custom built spacer by c&s for the carburetor, and will only work with four barrel intake manifolds (2" bores are too big for 2 bbl manifolds...they are 1 3/4". This carburetor is used, but runs excellent.

- Crane/Midwest Motorsports circls track camshafts. I have a MWMS SP and an MWMS 9 solid cam and lifters. Both cams and both sets of lifters are brand new. Great IMCA/street stock cams.

- Bigs 500 cfm 4412 holley carburetor. Used two races. This one is far beyond the ones they sell on ebay. Will not pass a stock bore inspection, but it features thinned throttle shafts, enlarged bores, and various other HP tricks have been done to it.

- Custom oil pan by hamburgers pans. If your rules require a wet sump, this is the setup to run. Holds 8-9 quarts and is only 4.5" deep. Never been on a blown engine or anything like that. Includes BBC pump and pickup. Also includes Peterson pressure relief valve. This setup allows you to plump from the pump out the pan to the regulator, so you can externally set the oil pressure...then the bypass returns to the pan on another line, and the pressure goes into a pressurized passage. Closest thing to a dry sump where rules require wet sumps.

- Champ pans circle track dry sump pan. Has three return fittings as well as the windage tray.

- Milodon diamond stripper windage tray for SBC (non-400...spaced for 350 main bolts...283/327/350/383). Also have ARP main studs for this setup.

That is a basic list of the parts I am looking to sell...email me if you would like to talk about any of it...chad.homme@bigfoot.com. Feel free to make offers.

--Chad

as66w
Dirt Newbie

Total posts: 2
posted June 27, 2001 12:54 AM
I am interested in a 4412 must be stock can have choke removed

chomme
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 52
posted June 27, 2001 01:12 AM UIN: 1986763
I can sell you a QFT two barrel 4412 (has choke tower but choke removed) for $180.00. They are brand new, in the box. Just let me know...

BIGGGFISH
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 29
posted June 27, 2001 10:15 AM
WHAT DO YOU WANT FOR THE DART HEADS

chomme
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 52
posted June 27, 2001 12:15 PM UIN: 1986763
On the dart heads, I would take $490 + shipping. Let me know what you think...Chad

racing69
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 9
posted July 05, 2001 06:44 AM
What are you asking for the Little M and where are you located?

budman
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 6
posted July 05, 2001 07:10 PM
HOW MUCH YOU WANT FOR THE C&S 890 CFM TWO BARREL HOLLEY MY EMAIL IS RSJACKSON14@NETSCAPE.NET

chomme
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 52
posted July 06, 2001 10:47 AM UIN: 1986763
On the Dart block, I would take $1775 (which is less than retail mail order places get for them...and it is brand new). On the C&S 890, I would take $400 (these are $685 for a new one).

Let me know if anyone's interested...

tornadochaser7
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 15
posted July 08, 2001 01:05 PM UIN: 42016153
What are you asking for the Bigs 4412.
Thanks

chomme
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 52
posted July 08, 2001 03:43 PM UIN: 1986763
On the Bigs 4412, I would take $300.00. I paid $485 for it and it only has one race on it...

racer2
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 29
posted July 09, 2001 10:08 AM
What do you want for the 3.75 crank?
are the rods and mains standard?
does it need to be turned and where are you located?

chomme
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 52
posted July 09, 2001 10:35 AM UIN: 1986763
The 3.75" crankshaft has been sold...sorry :-(. It looks like I might be having another one come in, if I do I will let you know...Chad

racer2
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 29
posted July 09, 2001 08:25 PM
Thanks Chad Let me know.

JSCOTT
Dirt Newbie

Total posts: 4
posted July 17, 2001 08:57 AM
HOW MUCH FOR THE DRY SUMP PAN?

chomme
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 52
posted July 17, 2001 12:55 PM UIN: 1986763
I would take $225 including shipping for the dry sump pan. Let me know if you are interested. It's brand new and in the box.

mod27
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 23
posted July 21, 2001 04:16 PM
how much are you asking for the 400 complete short block???

chomme
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 52
posted July 23, 2001 11:09 AM UIN: 1986763
The 400 short block...I would take $1250. It has never been fired. Bored, line honed, decked, etc. The crank is a 10/10 crank that has been chamfered. The rods are polished 5.7" rods that I polished, then mag'd, then installed ARP/SPS bolts and resized the rods. The pistons are the KB hypereutectic and would make around 12.5:1 compression depending on the heads that are used. The rings are file fit, and were sized accordingly to the bores. The whole thing is balanced and comes with the balancer and the porkchop. I also have several (new) solid cams. I would throw in a cam/lifters for $95 if anyone is interested in the motor.

Thanks,

Chad

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