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Complete stroker blower engine, from hat-to-pan, from zoomie-to-zoomie, from fuel pump-to-flex plate, just add MSD ignition box, hook up your fuel line and go. All brand name parts including ported aluminum A429 CJ heads with 2.100" springs titanium retainers etc, 4-bolted D0VE block, forged stroker crank, aluminum rods, forged pistons, roller cam, 6-71 blower with Bug Catcher, etc. Always a soft tune in the NHRA "7.0 Pro Eliminator" class where it did a [email protected], will easily run 6s, only 9 passes total (which is essentially just 1 minute of actual hard run time), and the 6-71 is freshly rebuilt. Would cost about $--- to duplicate, asking just US$--- plus shipping. We can crate and ship the engine to almost anywhere.

Purchase only the long block (we keep the blower/intake/exhaust/fuel system/distributor/etc): ~US$--- depending on particulars/final dress

Purchase the assembled CJ heads plus stud girdles, NHRA legal blower intake manifold, and Dan Olsen zoomies as a package (ie, "blower top end"): US$---

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3300 for top end, how much for list the blower and blower intake?
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We would be interested in selling the NHRA legal blower intake by itself, or the Dan Olsen zoomies by themselves, or the blower intake & zoomies as a package. Please call directly for further details if interested, the number is above.

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Not that this needs a bump, but here's one anyway,
What distributor is that? & what timing set are you running behind that cover?
For those shopping this is a pretty nice price for everything here,
Is the owner getting out of racing or just going a different route?

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Not that this needs a bump, but here's one anyway,
What distributor is that? & what timing set are you running behind that cover?
For those shopping this is a pretty nice price for everything here,
Is the owner getting out of racing or just going a different route?
Looked at same thing lol, I got a msd distributor and got it shortened.
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What distributor is that?
The distributor is a custom, cut down piece (distributor housing & shaft have been shortened to fit beneath blower). Its ultra-low clearance requires machining away the manifold's water crossover.

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...what timing set are you running behind that cover?
This engine has a Made-In-USA double-roller chain set. The HFD Quick Change Timing Cover can also accommodate the Milodon Gear drive.

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For those shopping this is a pretty nice price for everything here
Thank you.

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Is the owner getting out of racing or just going a different route?
There have been two different cylinder head programs in use for the blower engines: CJ head and A460 head. The CJ headed engines served as blown alcohol test motors to shake down several newly constructed Nostalgia Top Fuel chassis before dropping in the blown nitro (A460-headed) engines. The CJ-headed alcohol engines are now being sold off because their work is done and the A460 Fuel Engines will be put into use...it's that simple.

Please call directly with any questions. My number is up above in the very first post.

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