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460 in a sn95

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Old 03-03-2007, 03:11 AM   #11
kalash
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Default RE: 460 in a sn95

no, i did not sell it. some ahole was messing with me aparently. its the car im contenplating the 460 swap.

several years back i started collecting parts for a stroker based on a 460 block for my truck but i never finished the project. i was gona sell the base motor but id rather use it than let it go for nothing.

i wonder how much slower the car would be with a 460 swap.
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