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Old 11-09-2019, 07:45 PM
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Looking a set of peanut port 330hp 7.4L Gen Vl heads.
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Old 11-10-2019, 07:38 AM
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The gen VI heads were not peanut port, they are large oval voretec heads. I have a pair of the gen VI vortecs in Omaha Nebraska
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If your looking for peanut port I could be wrong but I believe they are from a gen IV (gen 4) if that’s the case I believe I have what your looking for
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Eng # 0F820185 .. These gen vi are in a big 43 Maxum inboard. I guess mercruiser put small port heads on for low rpm TQ.
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What’s head casting. Should have s set here
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That number is for a 310HP gev VI MPI engine. Those are not peanut port heads, people often mistake them for them but they are L29 vortec heads which is a much better head. Those are what I have, they are off of a truck engine but they are identical to the mercruiser heads, Mercruiser used truck long blocks for the 310HP, I know this particular engine well.
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# 10114156 is what I have wrote down will go to machine shop on Monday to make sure. I do remember that the push rod guide plates said either markV or gen V stamped in them.
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# 10114156 is what I have wrote down will go to machine shop on Monday to make sure. I do remember that the push rod guide plates said either markV or gen V stamped in them.
Do you have a picture of the engine, I think you have a odd ball LX engine that throws everyone off. Does it have a MAG looking intake? It may in fact be a peanut port engine
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Looks like a carb 7.4 330 hp. Cast iron intake , Weber carb, and the heads are # 10114156. Roller cam motor, cast valve covers.
I will take a pic tomorrow. Intake ports are like a circle.
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