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Author Topic:   NEED 350
unregistered Total posts: 3279
posted February 12, 2000 06:42 AM
I need a old 350 or bigger motor nothing fancy just cheap

Dirt Administrator

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posted February 16, 2000 06:00 AM
Even a regular 350 is getting hard to come by these days.

Dirt Administrator

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posted February 17, 2000 10:08 AM UIN: 16262997
Try Midwest Motorsports, they have some engine stuff that is too badly priced.

Dirt Administrator

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posted February 17, 2000 10:09 AM UIN: 16262997
sorry, isn't too badly priced. LOL

Lynn Winter
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posted February 20, 2000 06:50 PM
I have 2 complete flat top 406 Chevys for sale. Contact me at

roundboy racing
Dirt Newbie

Total posts: 2
posted February 27, 2000 11:10 PM
I don't know about cheap but i have a Chevy 350 ci if you need it. it is factory bored .060" with another .040" taken off after that. it has dome-top pistons, flat top heads, carries 150 pounds of compression in each cylinder give or take a few pounds. it has an accel high voltage supercoil with cross-fire distributor and cap. Crane racing cam, Pete Jackson gear to gear timing, full chrome kit from Edelbrock, all new mains and rod bearings, gaskets. the heads are flat-top Dart-2 racing heads with the big valves. right now there is no intake or carb on it but I a getting ready to put a aluminum Edlebrock high-rise dual-plane intake and a Holly 1150cfm double pumper on top. make me an offer that I can't refuse and I'll even pay the shipping on it.

redneck bubbas racing
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 14
posted March 01, 2000 07:01 PM
Hey Roundboy Racing, What kind of motor is this again? I've never heard of a flat top head. Also who in the world told you that it was "factory bored 60". If this was true and then you went 40 more i think your water jacket would be real close to folding in on you. Another thing, since when did Edelbrock make a high rise dual plane that would accept a Dominator? Nothing personally but if you dont know, dont say it.

[This message has been edited by redneck bubbas racing (edited 03-01-2000).]

Dirt Roller

Total posts: 19
posted March 01, 2000 08:23 PM
I'm sure you've thought of this but you may be able to use a 305 according to class I've got one I run in a 2900# car on a 1/4 and it does well I don't spin tires but the gearing has to be right I wouldn't try anything over a 3/8 though you'd be surprised at what they'll do

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