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351W to 438W Aftermarket Block

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Old 02-26-2013, 10:45 PM   #1
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Default 351W to 438W Aftermarket Block

I bought a big bore block a couple years ago, Pro Comp block that has the 4bolt mains on all 5 journals. I have a couple of questions.

1. What oil pan will fit these aftermarket blocks? I was told that they are the same as a Dart IE as far as fitment.

2. What model # MSD distributor is needed to run with a Victor Jr Intake?

3. Any good leads on a good set of headers to fit AFR 225's wide bolt pattern would be appreciated also. Thanks
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Originally Posted by BlessedHellride View Post
3. Any good leads on a good set of headers to fit AFR 225's wide bolt pattern would be appreciated also. Thanks
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Moroso makes real nice oil pans that will clear the 4 bolt main blocks. they make cheaper one and then they the $$ ones. but even the cheaper ones are real nice.
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