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  • FS: Chevy Engine

    For Sale:
    Rebuilt chevy 350 engine.
    Never started, has been siting for years, not seized (oiled and rotated frequently)
    Balanced and blueprinted, flat tops, Double hump heads w acc holes, corvette cam.
    Including Quadrajet carb, stock intake,waterpump.
    95% assembled. $1950 OBO. 905 975 8865.

    Will trade for EJ25 engine.
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    Rob van Brandenburg
    '04 Subaru WRX Wagon
    Subaru EJ25 powered 1970 Beetle
    http://www.vanbran.com/bug/conversion_main.htm
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  • #2
    do you have any pics of it,

    what kind of power out put does it have?
    Former CCC member, and shit disturber

    winner of a bunch of different classes over many years

    breaker of parts, burner of engines

    CREATOR OF "ULTIMATE DOOM 570SX"

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    • #3
      I can make a couple pics and email then to you.
      Just email me so I have your address.

      Power output ? Hard to say, but with a good set of headers and intake I'd guess around 300. (At least that's what the builder told me).

      Rob.
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      Rob van Brandenburg
      '04 Subaru WRX Wagon
      Subaru EJ25 powered 1970 Beetle
      http://www.vanbran.com/bug/conversion_main.htm
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      • #4
        sorry forget it...i see that it is carburated now...
        Former CCC member, and shit disturber

        winner of a bunch of different classes over many years

        breaker of parts, burner of engines

        CREATOR OF "ULTIMATE DOOM 570SX"

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        • #5
          Adam - once you have whipped the weasels with your turbo you should try putting a V8 in your nissan and see how that works. there was a red nissan with a 350 in the regional racing until last season.

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          • #6
            once you have whipped the weasels
            Hey, I resemble that remark!
            The bearded weirdo from Speed Academy

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            • #7
              yeah i know...a Lt1 would be a perfect fit into a 240..though it would have to be twin turbocharged thus cannot be carburated...
              Former CCC member, and shit disturber

              winner of a bunch of different classes over many years

              breaker of parts, burner of engines

              CREATOR OF "ULTIMATE DOOM 570SX"

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              • #8
                There are plenty of aftermarket fuel injection systems available for the Chevy small blocks.

                On the lower end, these can be around $1000 or so, going up to about $2500 for some higher end units.

                I just don't know if your 240SX could handle a twin-turbocharged Chevy small block though....500 or 600 HP could be too much for the chassis.

                Pretty easy to get a Chevy small block into the low 400's naturally aspirated...and fairly cheap too.


                Pat
                From behind the wheel of a racecar, my life makes perfect sense.

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                • #9
                  there are several stock chassis 500-600 hp turbo 240sx's out there, and lots in the 400 range..
                  Former CCC member, and shit disturber

                  winner of a bunch of different classes over many years

                  breaker of parts, burner of engines

                  CREATOR OF "ULTIMATE DOOM 570SX"

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