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Old 01-12-2013, 04:23 PM
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I guess I'll just wait till I pop a sleeve and have to pull the motor for other work. Lol hope that won't be till next winter
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buy a spare block
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Old 01-12-2013, 04:40 PM
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buy a spare block
^This...then sit and build the motor over a 6-9 month span. Buy parts as you get paid. Run **** out of ur stock motor and blow it, then swap lol
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Old 01-12-2013, 04:47 PM
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Yeah that's the plan. I thought I could find a old short block for real cheap but I looked. Not as cheap as I thought
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400-500 bucks.... plus a big ol dick in the butt for shipping
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Old 01-12-2013, 04:51 PM
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400-500 bucks.... plus a big ol dick in the butt for shipping
Yeah there's a guy not too far from me that was selling one with darton sleeves already in for 1200$ I wish I had the cash to pick that up
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Ew

Complete SB, 500.. BRAND NEW Dartons, 700..... so that's 1200
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Isn't there machining involved?
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Yes there is. "most" will not be able to get them pressed in, that's why you would take it to get them pressed in. Honestly I wouldn't even mess with the sleeves. If anything I would go with the one's Mr.B has and call it a day. Hell of alot cheaper then Dartons
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Old 01-12-2013, 05:34 PM
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Yes there is. "most" will not be able to get them pressed in, that's why you would take it to get them pressed in. Honestly I wouldn't even mess with the sleeves. If anything I would go with the one's Mr.B has and call it a day. Hell of alot cheaper then Dartons
Yeah I plan on doing a cheaper alternative like that but if I can get a deal on darton a like that where they are in and ready to go, that wouldn't be bad
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It would honestly be just about the same price, probably cheaper to buy a shortblock, buy mrb's sleeves, & have him punch them in....
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You ever had problems with your sleeves tstone?
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nooope. sleeves are golden... little scratched up but they hold
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Old 01-12-2013, 07:28 PM
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Lol just wondering, because I know more than most....
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paha explain!

take it to PM or FB if necessary
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I see all on instagram homie lol
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Like I said, I know more than most
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Haha I bet you don't KNOW that much, just have an idea and heard different things
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i has two spare blocks. One stock, and one with the bates sleeves installed and bored to 90mm

cuz i plan on anhilating my stock sleeves on 30psi
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I have 3 intakes one being a single pass 1 being a dual pass 1 stock 4 cranks 5 sets of rods 2 being aftermarket 1 spare block a few sets of cams enough hardware for 3 or more engines 8 oil pump covers all kinds of ****

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I have 3 intakes one being a single pass 1 being a dual pass 1 stock 4 cranks 5 sets of rods 2 being aftermarket 1 spare block a few sets of cams enough hardware for 3 or more engines 8 oil pump covers all kinds of ****

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MrB prolly paid like $1,500 for all that too
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i has two spare blocks. One stock, and one with the bates sleeves installed and bored to 90mm

cuz i plan on anhilating my stock sleeves on 30psi
You should hook a brotha up
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Update: Shipped head today was expecting a huge shipping charge and it was only $22! Now I just pray it doesn't break while in transit
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