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477 short block, pro comp heads, motor plate, and more

477 short block, Trw .060 L2443n pistons, h beam rods, stock crank, new rod bearings, new main bearings, new oil pump, roller timing chain, Lunati camshaft 61605 .582/600, 241/[email protected], 284/292 advertised duration. $900

Procomp heads ported, new never assembled, comp cams roller tip rockers, comp cams magnum push rods, studs, guide plates, PBM intake and exhaust valves 2.25, 1.9x intake new, exhaust used like new fresh ground, just add springs and retainers. $1050
# PC3005-460-0606-0497, push rods #7651

BBF Aluminum motor plate $75

All parts located in Poplar Bluff, MO Prices are plus shipping. email [email protected]


















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pro comp heads

call me any time , i am interested in the heads, 864-426-6914, jimmy........thanks..

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50.00 on motor plate?
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sorry $75 on the plate plus shipping.

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all still forsale

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edited the ad added head and push rod #'s.. still forsale.... lets move this stuff...

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Is the engine ready to run?
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yes, short block is.... just add pan, heads, ect..

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yes, short block is.... just add pan, heads, ect..
How much work would I have to do with my D3VE heads?
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heads only are sold.. block should work with heads.. not sure about your cc's would have good compression..

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I just have stock D3VE heads....
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captain I am trying to verify they will work.... Most say yes...

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How much work would I have to do with my D3VE heads?
heads will bolt on and will work .. you mean how much custom work to heads ?? how much do you want to do or pay to get done ?
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Wondering if my stock d3ve will work with the cam and valves so nothing messes up..

If you still have it when I get $900 I may contact you...cause I'm trying to figure whether to fix my stock 460 or go bigger..
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