SOLD 347 Stroker

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    347 stroker. This motor is in perfect condition. 342 new ford block. 4340 crank and i beam rods. Probe dish pistons. Blue thunder rods and 1/2" girdle. Trick flow stage 3 heads. Probe billet rockers. All accessories are brand new never used. Canton road racing oil pan. Center force clutch, ford racing flywheel, KRC racing power steering pump, bell housing, vortex fuel rails, performer rpm 2 intake set up freshly powder coated black, all underdirve pulleys also just powder coated black same as valve covers, full cold air intake set up, bbk 75mm throttle body, new high flow water pump, bbk long tube header and much more way to much to list. $5500 obo. will consider separating parts call or text kris 424-477-4175 All parts are located in San Pedro, CA

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    500 HP and still DD-able?
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    @revhead347 @2000xp8 @A5literMan This guy left me a message about this motor for sale. While the parts sound good, he is stating 500 Flywheel HP and its still DD-able. Any input?
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    All day. Very well built it has 480-500 to the fly
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    this all depends on how good your tunner is and what parts you put in motor.
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    Boss Block? Camshaft figures? Is it capable of 500hp...yup. Also tfs stage 3? Who did them? 85rkyboby I personally don't like the boss blocks compared to a a Dart block but definetly better than stock. Also I would never buy a used engine without being able to check it out in person. No offense meant to the seller...just saying.
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    Thanks @A5literMan :nice:
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    cam is .560 112 242@50
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    Looks like a great setup. As long as the heads were done by a reputable company and the assembly of the shortblock was done by a professional.
    If the engine was built by a homeowner, i'd factor in some money to have it checked out.

    Daily drivable? I probably would have 20 years ago, but that's not to say you won't have your days when weather isn't so great and the car is a handful. If it rains you may want to bring spare underwear.
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    Looks like a great setup. As long as the heads were done by a reputable company and the assembly of the shortblock was done by a professional.
    If the engine was built by a homeowner, i'd factor in some money to have it checked out.

    Daily drivable? I probably would have 20 years ago, but that's not to say you won't have your days when weather isn't so great and the car is a handful. If it rains you may want to bring spare underwear.[/QUOTE]

    hahaha, yes this was done by a professional. The only reason I am selling this is i came up on a coyote motor. Agree on the weather, do not drive in rain. This motor will last a long time if someone is not abusing the limits of the motor ( just like any motor).
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    hahaha, yes this was done by a professional. The only reason I am selling this is i came up on a coyote motor. Agree on the weather, do not drive in rain. This motor will last a long time if someone is not abusing the limits of the motor ( just like any motor).[/QUOTE]


    sorry just re read my reply. I was laughing at your comment not as if it was done by a professional. Again sorry if anyone took that the wrong way.
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    I see it has an EFI intake, I'm assuming the timing cover doesn't have the mechanical fuel pump provision?
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    No it does not.
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    Sounds like a great motor, but since you're so far away I don't see how we could make this work. Thanks for reaching out. GLWS! :nice:
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    Let people know. Thank you
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    revhead347 I have face herpes.

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    You really ought to re plumb it for an electric fuel pump with that kind of power anyway. It would be better and more stable. Do you happen to know which Trick Flow Heads they are? Are those 11Rs or like an older 205cc?

    I disagree with the statement that only professionals can assemble an engine. Assembly really isn't that hard, just follow the manual. It's better to have a professional check all the tollerances, but anyone can do that with a good read.

    Kurt
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    I agree on electrical fuel pump if drag racing. I built this motor for road course. In my opinion i have not had the best luck with electrical fuel pump off-roading or on road race cars.
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