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Old 06-03-2020, 07:46 PM
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The following parts have less than 2 hours on runtime on them.

EMI Thunder exhaust in polished finish. One manifold has a small cosmetic flaw in the polishing my price = $900 new price $1500
Comp Cams XM270HR cam shaft my price = $150 new price $300
Edelbrock E-tec 170 heads my price = $1000 new price $1500
Stainless Marine Crossover with bypass Port Entry, includes thermostat housing my price = $200 new price $400
Stainless Marine Crossover without bypass, does not include thermostat housing my price = $100 new price $199
Comp Cams Ultra Pro magnum rockers with 1.52 ratio my price = $175 new price $300
Comp Cams hardened pushrods that are sized properly for listed heads and rockers included with purchase of all parts
Full set of ARP head studs included with purchase of all parts
Canton 8 quart marine oil pan for 1 piece rear main seal my price = $300 new price $510

If will sell all the above parts for 2k plus shipping. I am in California.
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Short or long risers on the EMI’s ? Pics ?
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I have the stock type risers. I also have a set of what they call their s pipe which are designed to get the exhaust down towards the waterline like if you were going to run them under your swim platform. I will include these in the sale, but I bought them used and have not pressure tested them.

I'll get pictures of them uploaded in an hour or so.
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Notice that the very end of the high performance risers, the previous owner made a small modification to. When connecting this riser to a 4 inch thru hull with a 90 degree silicone pipe, the small change really made little to no difference. I could swap the pipes from side to side of the engine and they would still hook up to the thru hull with no trouble.

I did run these longer pipes on my boat for a short time while doing some testing. At that time I was having a pretty major water in the oil problem which turned out to be a major condensation issue.

Since I purchased these pipes used and replaced them with different ones on my boat before I figured out my water in the oil issue, I don't want to claim they are sound, although I honestly think they are.

Hope that makes sense.
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I was looking at that cam from Summit Racing so might be interested. Where you located? And do you have volumes on the heads?
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Are they still avilable
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Old 07-01-2020, 02:07 PM
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Sorry for the delayed response.

Here is a link to the full specs on the heads:

https://www.edelbrock.com/e-tec-170-...aft-60975.html

I am in California and all these parts are still available.
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Your PM's are full.
Can you send pictures of the stainless marine cross over set-up with the bypass and the rockers? I am interested in both. 443-421threezerotwothree. Thanks

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Here are the pics. The crossover looks a little greasy because I was handling the rockers prior. The crossover and the thermostat housing are prefect. I'll also include the poly locks with the rockers.








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