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    re power

    my 89 baja with twin 454 330hp just threw in the towel any ideas on where to purchase long blocks im looking for something closer to 400hp looked up motors on google and theres a lot of places selling motors trying to find out if anyone had good luck

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    I have used 1 800 runs not bad stuff.

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    look at getting a merc reconditioned long block from somewhere like BAM, genuine warranty. 1800runsnew warranty appears to be vaporware

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