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4150 Victor, 460 shortblock,ACC Outlaw 9.5" C-6 Convertor, 5" Autometer tach, 350 warrior quad

Victor Intake 4150 $200

460 D1 block, Std. bore, cleaned, honed, sonic checked, new cam bearings installed, Crank is standard and just polished, rods and pistons cleaned and checked for size, new main bearings, and new pre 1975 timing chain set. Needs rod bearings, rings, and assembled. $450 takes all of it.

Big pilot, C-6 Convertor, used about 200 miles, too big of stall for my set up. This convertor will go about 3500 on the foot brake. $525 new, sell for $250 or trade for a 2800-3200 C-6 stall.
Below is a desription from their ad---

"This ACC Performance Wild Boar level 1 "Outlaw" torque converter works great in performance street / strip engines with a stall speed of approximately 3500 to 4200 RPM depending on application. Converter is approx. 9.5" in diameter.

Equipped with anti-balloon plates, the Outlaw series converters are built to withstand heavy nitrous and trans brake applications where extreme loads will be put on the drivetrain. HP and torque capabilities of ACC Performance torque converters are 800+

The automotive industry now has a new torque converter leader. ACC has emerged as a out-right leader in this industry and here’s why:

Welded not Furnace Brazed. Contrary to popular belief, furnace brazing is not the best way to adhere torque converter components to together. Just like a Teflon coated pan, after some time the furnace brazing will erode away and ruin the stators and all other rotating parts in your transmission. All of ACC torque converters are welded at the seams, not brazed, to eliminate the erosion after time.

Industrial Bearings - No Light Duty Needle Bearings. Needle bearings are good, but not great. Industrial bearings give these converters the ability to handle not hundreds, but thousands of pounds of torque. That’s much better then the higher priced alternative converters.

Aircraft Aluminum Washers - NO FIBER. ACC converters utilize an aircraft quality aluminum washer instead of those old fiber washers that other companies use. This allows for more horsepower and torque capabilities.

NO Automation - ALL HAND BUILT. ACC Performance torque converters are hand built and tested to ensure that you are getting the best converter money can buy. No automated process can ensure that you will get that kind of quality. Made here in the USA. (You old school people may remember ACC as Alabama Converters)."

5" Autometer Tach $75.00 shipped

2002 350 warrior $1600.00
New parts as follows-
-starter
-battery
-axle bearings
-swing arm bushings
-handle bars
-grips
-intake
-both sprockets
-chain
-grab bar

Has lots of mods and aftermarket parts, pipe, jetting, wheels and tires, nerf bars, wheels ect.

Very fast quad. Runs great. Engine does smoke upon start up when it sits for awhile but goes away after running for a short period of time.

[email protected] thanks Troy or 765-541-0577





 

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