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Old 05-29-2011, 08:32 PM   #1
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Is there a company out there that makes or sells stock spec small blocks. cause im looking for a 400 block that hasent been bored ar anything of that nature and cant find 1 anywhere that dosent need to worked over plz plz help me

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Plz tell me there a ace that make the 400 block I've been lookin on the web for day and can't find a completely stock 400 block
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summit racing ?
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Can't believe summit is ask 2600$ for a block and that was the cheapest one lol
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Can't believe summit is ask 2600$ for a block and that was the cheapest one lol
Hell you can buy a real block like a Dart SHP all machined for 1850.00

For what its worth I have two 400 blocks that a cusotomer has brought in and both failed a sonic test, One clylinder in each block and they were under .130 he should be putting them on ebay if you want to roll the dice.
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thing is im lookin to make around 600hp to the wheels and its gonna have 2 stages of nitrous 150 out of the gate and 300 on the other shot. so i guess im gonna have to bit the bullet and give dart a call and see what my budget can afford lol
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600 hp and 450 worth of nitrous might be a little more than the SHP block can take. Definately more than a stock 400 should see being that the SHP block is stronger than a stock 400 block.
If I were you I'd look at the Little M. I saw a used one on YB just yesterday.
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i just ran my budget figures and i have about 3500 maybe 4000 i can spend on a block cause i got my whole engine well every thing but the block from a buddy that is going with a different setup so i got a awesome deal that i cant pass up just dident wanna 3000$ on a bare block though lol
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Can't believe summit is ask 2600$ for a block and that was the cheapest one lol
A place like Summit Racing will always be expensive, since they have the overhead of their ever-increasing building. There has to be a small li'l company somewhere online or even near you that you haven't discovered yet.
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i hope so thats what im looking for a place like summit or jegs was my last resort. i would rather my money so to a small mom and pop sorta place then a big company.
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