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Fresh rebuilt SBC. Started its life as a 1 piece rear seal 305 from a mid 80's Monte Carlo. It has been bored .030, Keith black Silvolite pistons with new eagle rods and stroker crank, block has been machined for kit. All new bearings, moly rings, true roller timing chain, melling oil pump, 1 piece rubber pan gasket, all bottom end bolts are ARP. Has a crane single pattern Energizer Hydraulic Lifter Camshaft/Lifter Kit; RPM 1600-5400; Adv.Dur. 272 Int./Exh.; V.Lift .454 Int./Exh.; Lobe Angle 110 deg. It has been balanced with a new 400 balancer and flexplate, I have the bob weight numbers. I figure this will be about a 300 horse engine with crapy heads..This is a complete short block, but I have used vette aluminum heads (old style) you will need to rebuild or just install as well a edel RPM and carter 600 electric choke. I have well over 1800 in it. Currently painted orange with new Oil pump, pan and timing cover. Balancer installed and bob weight card on hand. Currently on a floor roller stand and wrapped in plastic
 

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Hi two. Biggest thing with this sbc is its not the norm. Its a 334. Something and some say 334 and others call it a 335. These engines are prety torquey down low and can rev up pretty decent too. They can run out of air if you have crappy heads on them. I have heard of these running into thr 8k range when built right. This is a solid street motor that will still get better mpg than a 350 or 383.
 

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why is there no interest in this cheap ready to go short block. i see everyone on here buying from dealerships..
 
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