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  1. Engine, Drivetrain, and any other stuff For Sale
    The engine came in a project I recently bought and is way more motor than what I need. It was built by Proformance Unlimited in 2010 but was only ever run on the test stand after build (link below to video of it running on the stand). Detail specs of the build in the pics. Link to it...
    $9,500 USD
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    Hey guys and girls, I'm sorry for asking a question that's most likely been asked before, but I was hoping to get some opinions on engine options. I currently have a 289 in my 68 convertible (302 block as it was late year production). It's been running great, but like most, I am hoping to get...
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    Hello, My 289 is fairly tired. Overheats, low compression, blow-by, poor oil pressure, etc. So needs a bit of love. I'm thinking if i'm rebuilding anyway, then i may aswell stroke it. I'm not after anything drastic; just a bit more oomph for street use. I've read the various 331 vs 347...
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    The attached photo is the current state of my 68 FB. It is a J Code that didn't have an engine when I got it. I intend a "mild" restomod - Wilwoods all around 17" TorqThrusts TMI interior with full console Dakota Digital dash lowered 1" PS A/C 9" rear with 3.2 gears. Fuel injected Holley C-4...
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    I am considering buying a 408 Stroker from blueprint engines in a couple of weeks to put in my 66. Just curious if anyone else is running this engine and their thoughts on it. Mostly going to lope around town in good weather with the occasional trip to the strip.
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    Hello all. I’m sure by the title you all know that I have a ‘66 fastback. I am doing a restomod and want a new engine in it (it had no engine when I bought it) and really want to put a 427 stroker in it. This is not a question of should I do it (I know the answer is probably no) but more a...
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    I just built a 408 stroker and my oil pressure flutters very quickly once it warms up. It goes from 38-44 very quickly. When cold it stays at 65. I’ve never had a fluttering problem before and was woundering what it could be or if it’s a concern. When cruising 1500-2000rpms oil pressure stays at...
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