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Old 01-23-2004, 09:36 PM
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We are going to introduce a new engine package, as we've had several requests for this. We want feedback from you guys. What do you think? Is this a package anyone would be interested in.

502c.i./675HP SC

GM Gen VI block
Forged crank and rods
JE Forged pistons
12 qt offshore pan
Full ported and polished Canfield Aluminum heads
Manley extreme duty valves
Crane hardware
Crane Hydraulic roller camshaft and lifters
Manley one piece pushrods
Harland Sharpe roller rockers
Cometic multilayer head gaskets
BDS 8-71 polished supercharger kit
Custom Built Holley 4150 carbs
Stainless fuel plumbing
Billet throttle linkage
MSD Pro billet ignition system
Custom Valve covers
Engine will be custom painted to customers specifications
Dyno tuned
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$18,500.00 is what the price will be.

Let us know what you think.

Thanks,

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Old 01-23-2004, 10:05 PM
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What make crankshaft and connecting rods?
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Old 01-23-2004, 10:24 PM
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The crankshaft is a forged GM performance, and the rods are GM 7/16" shot peened.
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The test engine made 695HP at 5300 w/ 4 lbs of boost.
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Sounds like a pretty sweet package at a nice price.
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We offer 525, 575, 650, and 750 HP naturally aspirated engines. All are avaiable in EFI or Carb, and are avaiable in any stage of completion from kit to complete w/ drive assembly. All N/A engines come with 1 yr. warranty.

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Info and pics on our website:

http://www.tmpsl.com/custom_engines.htm
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Thanks Troutly,

We wanted to provide an inexpensive SC engine thats both extremely reliable and user friendly. We spent alot of time tuning to ensure that idle quality and driveability were top notch. We also spent much time on the cylider heads to keep the boost low. This engine is a great package for someone wanting inexpensive HP. We also will offer this package in EFI with a Whipple for around 4K more.

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I am no expert but is a 12 qt. pan necessary? I have read, don't ask me where, that larger capacity oil pans offer no benefits.

Just thought I'd ask for my own info.

Also what about exhaust?
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Arrow Looks good.

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The test engine made 695HP at 5300 w/ 4 lbs of boost.
Nice.

What was the lb-ft and at what rpm ? Thanks.
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