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Old 10-30-2018, 09:46 PM
kevinw kevinw is offline
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question. my 350 threw a rod end of sept, low oil.currently machine shop is workingthe block and heads, bored 30 over.
I plan to basically use the stock parts to have it rebuilt, I had a edelbrock alum intake, 600 cfm 4 brrl, and headers. is there anything before they start putting new parts on I should consider doing? I assume the engine will retain the same h.p. as before? trying to keep total cost around $3000 which is what I was quoted for total rebuild and re install engine in car. thanks.
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Old 10-31-2018, 08:54 PM
flash flash is offline
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Im considering a rebuild on my wife's original motor for my Vert ,was hers , only had 55,000 miles on it but it drank oil badly . Im thinking about using a roller cam ,Aluminum heads and fuel injection . Your plan sounds pretty good though .

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