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Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 139
posted October 17, 2002 10:42 AM  
SAS SPEC engine. 890 laps, only 100 laps on new tool room isky springs. Crower 3.48 cranks 44lbs. 6 Eagle rods, Crower roller cam, with Crower roller lifters. 4-bolt Chevy block. 4.060 bore. Brodix Spec heads HVH 1000 intake, per SAS rules, Moroso, water pump, 2 outlet dry sump pan from Canton. Crower stainless rockers 1.6 and 1.5 $5000. Needs freshened

Iron Eagle 357 40cc chamber 600HP steel flat top flat tappet cam engine. A 3.48 Cola light weight crank, new less that 200 laps, Lentz 6.2 rods carr bolts, JE pistons, Comp Cam, Schubeck carbon lifters (lightest and best on the market $800 a set) Steel C-line 3 outlet oil pan, Steward water pump, Eldlebrock Cheated intake, Iron Eagle (undercover work) Titanium valves, crower stainless rockers 1.65 and 1.6s MSD billet dist., 010 GM block with billet caps. All plumbing on intake (braided #10 lines) best little steel engine out there at this price. $8000 less than 200 laps on engine. Ready to go.

Kelly Hanvey
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Located in Alabama, delivery possible or meet half way.

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