Post by baldwinracing on Apr 16, 2012 11:19:38 GMT -5
Dont forget, if you are building a LS series engine for anything, you need to center the oil pump as you reassemble the engine. I just talked to another person this weekend that had locked up an engine because they didnt center the pump.
Post by baldwinracing on Apr 18, 2012 10:12:25 GMT -5
The Vortec full roller engine, we are going to make it complete with a set of World heads and a dual plane aluminum intake, add a carb, distributer and headers and go run. All for the price of 2100.00 plus shipping, only one at this price, first come first serve.
Post by Auctioneerhere on Apr 18, 2012 23:18:39 GMT -5
I buy cars year round. Mopar, GM, & Crown Vic's
NASCAR does not bother trying to show you sh!t cause thye are LONG past the derby engine point. When you can build a 358 on a only a highly restricted 750 and all Holley parts, to turn 9,000 RPM's and make 875 HP and on a open 830 turn 11,500 RPM's, make 1000 HP and do it for 6 hrs I may listen to your useless historical jibberish.
Post by baldwinracing on Apr 19, 2012 8:57:36 GMT -5
It is very nice, the squirters worked very well in this block. I believe its is even a better set up than the old SBC as far as how they go in, with the channel already in the block in made the oil redirection even easier.
Post by baldwinracing on Apr 19, 2012 10:47:10 GMT -5
The 283 that we have will be a complete long block with free oil squirters, powerpack heads and a steel 2 barrel intake, hyd cam all new internals including Eagle SIR rods. This package will sell for 1400.00. Only one available at this price.
Post by baldwinracing on Apr 19, 2012 17:16:26 GMT -5
They got the chassis dyno walls pored this afternoon, one step closer to have the new addition done, looking so forward to it. This is one more way that Baldwin Racing Engines will stay ahead of the competition with testing and proving combinations before they hit the track and improving on engines that are already in the field with new parts and pieces that come out.