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The motor literally has like 200 miles on it. They were forged. Issue is apparently the head gaskets were toast from who knows why (this thing has sat for years after the motor was installed) and when they drained the oil they got a bunch of metal coming out and coolant.
Well, I can get an entirely new crate engine with all the accessories for $10k with at least all of the options. I'd have thought $1-2k for install on a crate.
This place was reusing my pistons and other parts, so I'd have thought $6-7k.
I'm getting quoted $10k to rebuild my existing engine and install it. I think that seems stupid high, but someone tell me otherwise. It's a 408 stroker currently, which got fraged by debris. I expect that they're reusing the heads, intake and accessories.
Got my 73 back. Stroked 408 Small Block. It’s not been tuned, but I’m hearing a metallic ting sound fairly consistently—especially at idle. It seems to be from the motor. I hadn’t noticed it until today. Car sat out in the rain, under two covers, but some water pooled on the flat of the intake...
Hoping to find someone near Los Angeles who wants to make a few bucks installing my door and 1/4 windows. Had a glass guy but he won’t do doors. I’d do it myself, but I’ve got 4 kids five and under and just don’t have the time. It’s one of the last needs I have.
I’m looking for recommendations on a retrofit in tank pump for my 73 Roadrunner. Was looking at these two Holley units—can’t really figure out the difference. Would welcome any thoughts and recommendations/solutions
Holley Sniper 19-365 Holley Sniper In-Tank Retrofit Fuel Pump Modules | Summit...