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blackboat
01-06-2011, 07:28 PM
This engine blew me away on another boat site. I could not believe it sold for 10,000 on the first day it was posted .I would have downloaded the engine specs but wasnt sure how to do it.If anyone knows how ,please feel free to do so.Awesome motor !! I would like to see this in a 22 Donzi !! 632 cubic inches for 10K

mrfixxall
01-06-2011, 08:00 PM
This engine blew me away on another boat site. I could not believe it sold for 10,000 on the first day it was posted .I would have downloaded the engine specs but wasnt sure how to do it.If anyone knows how ,please feel free to do so.Awesome motor !! I would like to see this in a 22 Donzi !! 632 cubic inches for 10K


Yes he gave it away....

632 big block for $10k
Brodix Aluminum Tall Deck Block(lifter bores were bushed and sized for larger diameter Chrysler diameter lifters)

Brodix Big Duke Heads 225 lb seat pressure titanium retainers stainless steel valves

Cometic MLS Head Gaskets

Competiton Cams Solid Roller Camshaft

Isky Red Zone Lifters

Jesel Shaft Mounted Rocker arms

Smith Brothers Push Rods (custom)

ATI SFI Approved damper with dual Keyways

Brodix sheet aluminum fabricated valve covers

Brodix Big Duke 4500 Series Dominator style Carb Intake modified for 16 fuel injectors by Wilson Racing

Callies Stealth Billet Steel Crank 4.75 stroke

Oliver Billet rods

Custom JE Forged Pistons Coated with Swain Tech Gold Ceramic Barrier top and PC9 dry film on skirts

Tool Steel 180 wall Wrist Pins

Moroso Billet Oil Pump

Canton Scraper Deep Sump Oil Pan with kick out 8 quart

Rod and main beaings are Clevite 77 Coated H Series

ARP main and head studs

ARP Harmonic Balancer Bolt

Total Seal Tool Steel(extreme duty) Top ring standard tension oil ring for supercharged and turbocharged applications

Competion Cams Two Piece timing cover to allow advancing or retarding cam.

1-618-830-6138

justleft
01-06-2011, 08:06 PM
Still a ton of parts and work needed on that mother.

Twin injectors, Nitros. Can't tell if the fuel rails are even drilled.
I would worry about crank/rods/etc with the HP that big dog should push !!

$10k seems real cheap !

Edit - More then gave it away !!!! It must have an evil curse on it (or the guy needs the $)