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SB Chevy 434 Stroker fuel injected 9.0:1 compression, dart block, AFR heads, roller cam. We build engine of all types, give us a call 800-341-1528. Check out our web site www.cnc-motorsports.com


 


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Awesome V12 Monster diesel engine Awake and Alive startup
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SB Chevy 427 Stroker Engine 636 HP 569 TQ Pump Gas CNC-Motorsports
Small block Chevy 427 cubic inch pump gas engine, Dart SHP block, Scat 4340 crankshaft, H beam rods, CNC custom roller camshaft, Edelbrock Victor high port heads, Victor Jr intake, Holley 830 cfm carb and many more parts not listed. This was a great running engine, will pull strong to 7500 RPM. Pump Gas Engine Call us to start a build for you, 800-341-1528 or 605-692-1697.. web site www.cnc-motorsports.com Thanks for looking





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