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CHEVY TURN KEY SBC 383 STROKER STAGE 2.0 ROLLER CAM ENGINE 505 HORSE POWER For Sale
CHEVY TURN KEY SBC 383 STROKER STAGE 2.0 ROLLER CAM ENGINE 505 HORSE POWER

CHEVY TURN KEY SBC 383 STROKER STAGE 2.0 ROLLER CAM ENGINE 505 HORSE POWER :
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SBC CHEVY383CUBIC INCH TURN KEY ENGINE 505 HORSE POWER.STREET ROD SETUP.
STAGE 2.0 SERIES,HYDRAULICROLLER CAMRUNS ON PUMP GAS. FORGED PISTONS AND SCATRODS, & CRANK, NKB200ccALUMINUM HEADS.
Pictured below is our turn key engine with the single plane intake. The second picture further down in the ad shows it with the optional dual plane intake. We also offer these intakes with a polished finish as an upgrade.The engine will come with your choice of the Champ large capacity 8qt. oil pan or stock appearing 5qt. model for those with clearance issues.

Introducing our Turn Key Stage 2 Roller cam 383 cid 505HP engine.

The detailed build sheet is at the lower part of this listing, but we felt it important to summarize a few aspects about some of the parts used in this engine up front. Many of these parts are on the upper end of the scale as far as quality goes, considering this engine's price range. The use of such high quality parts will determine not only the performance, but the endurance and reliability expected. An example of such parts used would be our Genuine Scat 9000 series crank with an HD flexplate and Pro-Race brand damper, Scat rods with ARP cap screws, forged Wiseco pistons made from 2618 aircraft alloy, Cloyes Race Billet timing components, Melling M-Select series oil pump, Champ oil pan with windage tray, and crank scraper, Comp aluminum roller rockers, USA made, Howards brand 4130 chromoly pushrods, PBM competition series valves,andComp Cams retainers, id locators, and 10 degree valve locks,ARP head bolts, rod bolts, rocker studs and oil pump stud. All sealants used on the engine are Permatex, "The Right Stuff." Our engine builders all have a minimum of 20-35 years experience building very high level engines. Our machinery is the most advanced on the market. Our company founder, Skip White, is also very knowledgeable on the proper combination of parts used to maximize drivability, performance, and reliability to suit your individual needs. We seldom ever have serious problems with the engines we build.

We know for a fact that most, if not all, of the similar priced engines on the market use very few, if any, of the higher end parts in their engines. Could it be possible that the higher end parts are not actually needed and their use is nothing more than "overkill?"We think not, considering we do try to keep costs down to make our engines profitable and affordable.

Past experience tells us the use of these above average parts is very important if you wantmaximum performance, durability and reliability. Some lower cost parts used in many engines often fail early on, and perform poorly. So, please make a true comparison before making your decision on such an important purchase.

Continue reading for the full description of this engine.

This engine is designed for street/strip use. Pump gas friendly.

THE ENGINE IS COMPLETE AS SHOWN FROM CARBURETOR TO OIL PAN.PLUG WIRES ARE INCLUDED BUT NOT INSTALLED.

Pictured below shows the engine with the dual plane intake manifold. Polished finish also available as an upgrade.

Two year warranty; see details below.

This engine is designed to have a high level of drivability, or street manners as it may be referred to.

The dyno numbers produced on our base engine were created with our cam choice # 1 and a single plane intake manifold with a Quick Fuel carburetor. Our test engine produced right at 505 HP at 6150 RPM; very impressive at that RPM range.

Please read the cam info provided below. Many cam choices are available to suit your needs. You may have noticed that our Stage 2.2 Super Stroker 383 engine with cam choice 1 makes more power, yet has the same cubic inch. This is due to the fact that cam choice 1 for that engine is one step up from the cam choice 1 in the Stage 2.0.It also uses the Howards Tie Bar hyd. roller lifters. The 2.2 is set up in a somewhat Pro Street fashion. The Stage 2.0 engine offered in this ad is a more conservative build, with extreme reliability, yet still offers very high horsepower numbers.

Here are a few good reasons why we think the 383 Stage 2.0 engine is a better choice over most other 383 engines on the market.

1. The 383 willaccelerate most medium to heavy cars much better than the common under-powered 350's on the market.

2. The exhaust note of a small block 383 is much deeper that of the typical 350 engine.

3. The ability to put thisengine in medium weightcars without killing its acceleration, having todeepen the final gear, and needinga huge stall converter is a real plus. Thisengine will accelerate a heavy car much better than the 350.

4. Decent drivability and generating up to 505 HP at the same cost as building a 350 street rod engine. Horsepower will vary, depending on cam, carb and intake choice. You have three different cams to choose from, and two styles of intake manifold. Flat or dish pistons are available, but we recommend staying with the piston volume size that we match up with your cam choice.

5. Longevity, reliability and low maintenance.You don't have toturn the engine to a criticalRPM range to produce its maxHP output. There's enginethat's well built, like this,up to 6,200 RPM.Thehydraulic roller cam is very reliable. Our aluminum heads use very high quality hardware.

6. Should you ever decide to sell your car, theresale value of a street rod with a 383 engine in it is higher than those running 350's.

7. The cost of the Stage 2.0 roller cam 383 engine offers more value than the 350 engine considering the power increase.

8. 383 engines are known to be very fuel-efficient when set up properly.

We do a full test run on every engine we build on a test mule. The engine is run for two intervals of 15 minutes each, and every possible issue is addressed. When you install the engine, you must verify that the timing is set at the correct value, and the fuel to air ratio must be verified. We also include an engine stand like the one pictured, wheels included, and an engine lift plate.

As of 9/15/2013, we completed installation of our brand new Super Flow 902S dyno. In the past, we outsourced our dyno work. We were unable to do the research and development we truly wanted, and this prompted us to make the $105,000.00 investment. It's been one of the best investments we have ever made. Every aspect of our engines can now be monitored, calibrated, and tuned. Best of all, we can now see what combos generate the best power, with consideration to drivability.

Update, as of 4/20/2016, we now have a second brand new Super Flow 902S dyno. The new Super Flow dyno has very advanced electronics, and this dyno is what is used on our sbc engines for research and development.

One thing we have noticed on our dyno is that the de-tuned engines with different cam and intake combos certainly do have slightly less top end horsepower, but the torque band is moved down lower in the rpm range considerably. This increase in torque down low is what you want if you're sporting around on the street, rather than all out racing. The de-tuned version of this engine will also allow you to set the car up closer to stock and increase drivability to a very high degree. Throttle response is also noticeably better.

The build sheet is as follows:

The bare block is a fully machined re-manufactured true GM late model roller block. 1 pc. rear main seal style and designed for street or strip applications. All internals and external items in this engine are 100% brand new.

The compression range will be approx. 10.5:1 or less, depending on cam choice. This setup will certainly generate the highest horsepower when coupled with our cam choice # 1 or 2. We do not see any problems with a 10.5:1 compression range in light to medium weight cars. For those choosing cam choice 3 or 4, we will lower the compression ratio slightly. The lower compression is all that's needed with the smaller cam, and this further increases resistance against detonation to a great extent. Fuel requirements can be lowered to mid grade 89-91 octane with the reduced compression, but do also consider the many other factors that increase the need for octane, such as outside temps, altitude, ignition timing, vehicle weight, gearing, payload, etc. We would prefer that you use premium fuel regardless of what setup you choose. We're more or less on the thin line between mid-grade and premium fuel requirements with the reduced compression setup.

This 4 bolt main bare block used for this engine is an OEM late model GM roller block that has been fully reconditioned/re-manufactured. The rotating assembly and all other parts except the block are 100% brand new. This engine is set up with your choice of several differenthydraulic roller cams.

The blocks used for building our Stage 2 roller cam 383 do have four bolt main caps.

These blocks will accept mechanical fuel pumps.As you can see in the picture above, this is a true roller block.

Listed below are all the machining procedures performed on this block. These are 1 pc. rear main seal style.

Mains have been line-honed to factory specs. This important procedure is often skipped, and failure to do this usually results in a short-lived build.

Block has been bored and torque plate honed. Theuse of a torque plate whenhoningis a very important procedure, and many blocks on the market don't have this performed.

We use the top of the line Cloyes timing set with in all of our sbc engines. The difference in quality is dramatic compared to the common true double roller setup. The chain is made in Germany and the sprockets are hardenedbillet steel(upper and lower) made in the USA. These sets are hand matched for selective sizing.

The cost on this high end timing set is approx $135.00, about three times the cost of the low level budget Cloyes timing sets used by many other engine builders. Should you ever want to confirm that this is what is actually in your engine, you can remove the timing cover, and you will see that this timing set is very different in appearance to the run of the mill low cost sets often used by others.

This top of the line timing set is offered in three different chain tension setups, allowing us to set it up perfectly every time. One more benefit is that timing accuracy is very precise and will remain that way. This timing set will likely last for the life of the engine. This is what you will find in most solid roller engines, as they have very high spring rates, and create an enormous load on the chain and gears, compared to non solid roller setups. It may seem like a bit of overkill to use such a high end timing set, but the versatility and extreme quality outweigh the cost, in our opinion.

Champ premium oil pan.

Pictured below is the oil pan included with this engine. The Champ oil pan used on this engine has an 8 qt. capacity. It has an elaborate oil control system. Features windage tray, crank scraper, .055 gauge outer shell, with reinforcing ribs. Champ oil pans are made in the USA. All QRP Series engines will come with the Champ oil pan. If your car will not allow the use of the large capacity Champ oil pan, we have the same series pan in stock appearing form. 5qt. capacity and still has the windage tray, and crank scraper. Dipstick is included with this engine.

The 8 qt pan is approx half an inch deeper than a stock pan, and the kickouts on the side are at the lower section of the sump. They start to swell outward about three inches from the bottom, approx. 3 inches or less on each side. Most vehicles have no problem with this type of pan and it's certainly a much better setup than a conventional oil pan.



The quality of these pans far exceed any of the lower priced oil pans used on many engines.

Our choice of oil pan fasteners is our premium studded mini nut set. The nuts in this kit have serrated faces and built in washers. This is the ultimate set for securing the oil pan to the engine, and is far superior to the typical bolts used by others. We use this same kit on our very high end engines.

Genuine Fel Pro Oil Pan Gaskets are used on all of our engines.

Melling M-Select Oil Pump, and M-Select Drive rod with ARP stud.

TheM-Selectseries oil pump by Melling has several important upgrades compared to the regular Melling M-55 Series. The gears are billet steel, and the body is stronger, coated with corrosion-resistant nitrite. This oil pump also includes the M-Select drive rod. Both components are far superior to the regular Melling oil pump and drive rods used by most other engine builders.

Pictured below are the front end accessories that are included with this engine. They will be installed on the engine.

High volume polished aluminum water pump with an aluminum impeller.

Stainless Socket head bolts are used to mount the water pump.

Our 120 amp chrome plated one or three wire alternator.

Polished billet aluminum alternator bracket.

Chrome plated power steering pump and bracket with aluminum pulley.

File photos. Actual appearance may vary.

If your vehicle is a pre 75 model that came with a point style distributor, then you should opt for the full size HEI dist with the OE style cap, not the Super Cap. Both distributors are identical, but the OE style coil cover does allow a slight more firewall tunnel clearance. Some models may not even allow the use the OE style HEI distributor. If you think you are going to encounter this problem, then you may choose our small base Ready To Run HEI distributor. It has a small base and is identical in size to the original point style distributor. It will require the use of an externally mounted coil.

The plug wires are included but not installed on the engine. Due to the many different style headers being used, we will send the universal wires with the engine for custom fitment.

TAYLOR SPIRO PRO SERIES8mm UNIVERSAL IGNITION WIRES, 90 DEGREE BOOTS AND OUR 65K VOLT HEI DISTRIBUTOR ARE INCLUDED.

The distributor will be installed in the engine.

Features:

We include an engine lift plate and heavy duty engine stand with casters with every engine we build.

We offer this engine with selected upgrades. Listed below are some of the most requested ones. Many not only improve performance, but further enhance the reliability and longevity of your engine, along with resale value. Most of these upgrades are low in cost considering the benefits they offer.

Flywheel upgrade/option for manual transmission.Upgrade to a 168-tooth or 153-tooth flywheel for manual transmissions.

Cost for this option is$105.00We have this upgrade/option featured in our other listings. There will be a 153 tooth and a 168 tooth size available. Be sure you know the size you need. You can see this and other upgrade options in our ebay store under the "UPGRADES" category, or simply do a search with the key word, "Upgrade" in the search bar when shopping in our ebay store. Before you finalize your purchase of this assembly you may add any of these upgrades to your shopping cart. Click here to add upgrades.

SFI Billet Steel flywheel upgrade/option for manual transmission.Upgrade to a PRW brand billet steel flywheel SFI rated 168-tooth or 153-tooth for manual transmissions. We highly recommend the SFI billet steel flywheel for those running hard. These are fully cnc'd and far superior in many ways compared to the regular cast iron flywheel.

Cost for the SFI billet flywheel option is$229.00We have this upgrade/option featured in our other listings. There will be a Chevy 153 tooth and a Chevy 168 tooth size available. Be sure you know the size you need. You can see this and other upgrade options in our ebay store under the "UPGRADES" category, or simply do a search with the key word, "Upgrade" in the search bar when shopping in our ebay store. Before you finalize your purchase of this assembly you may add any of these upgrades to your shopping cart. Click here to add upgrades.

SFI damper:Offers an extreme level of safety against breakage, and is very resistant against slippage of the elastomer damping material. SFI dampers are not only made from a better grade of steel, they are also constructed differently and have a much better appearance. They usually last much longer than a non-SFI damper. Many drag strips require this on engines producing high horse power levels. The SFI certification is laser etched into the side.

Cost of the SFI damper upgrade is$69.50We have this upgrade featured in our other listings. You can see this and other upgrade options in our ebay store under the "UPGRADES" category, or simply do a search with the key word, "Upgrade" in the search bar when shopping in our ebay store. Before you finalize your purchase of this assembly you may add any of these upgrades to your shopping cart. Click here to add upgrades.

Race balancing:This is for those who want the engine to operate virtually vibration free at high rpm. Extends engine life and frees up a few more horse power. This is a somewhat labor intensive procedure and is not required, but the feel of an absolutely vibration free engine at high rpm is desirable by many. The standard balance job that is included with this assembly at no extra charge is certainly sufficient. With a race balance job, all pistons and rods are match weighed to within 2/10's of a gram or less, and the final balance is brought down to around 1 gram plus or minus.An ultra smooth engine at high rpm has a noticeable feel and sound to it. If you do not opt for this upgrade, the assembly will still be fully balanced. We spend a good hour and a half doing the regular balance work, and it will certainly meet your needs.

Cost of this race balancing upgrade is$125.00We have this upgrade featured in our other listings. You can see this and other upgrade options in our ebay store under the "UPGRADES" category, or simply do a search with the key word, "Upgrade" in the search bar when shopping in our ebay store. Before you finalize your purchase of this assembly you may add any of these upgrades to your shopping cart. Click here to add upgrades.

Scat 4340 Forged Crank:The forged Scat crank has a rating of 800+ HP. This is the ultimate upgrade for those wanting to run hard. Nos, blowers, turbos, are not an issue with this crank. Even without such power adders, this Crank offers great protection under the most severe conditions. This upgrade also comes with the HP high Performance King bearings. Should you decide to run power adders in the future, this would be essential. The fatigue life of the 4340 crank over the cast nodular is also greatly extended. We do offer this upgrade as part of many of our assemblies in some of our other listings. They have the key words, "fully forged," in the title.

Cost of this forged crank upgrade is$460.00We have this upgrade featured in our other listings. You can see this and other upgrade options in our ebay store under the "UPGRADES" category, or simply do a search with the key word, "Upgrade" in the search bar when shopping in our ebay store. Before you finalize your purchase of this assembly you may add any of these upgrades to your shopping cart. Click here to add upgrades.

Internal (neutral) balanced front.This low cost upgrade is the next best thing to an internal balanced crank. This Scat crank is similar in design to the one offered in this assembly, but it has an internal (neutral) balanced front. Running a crank that is neutral balanced in the front will allow the use of a non-weighted front damper. This will eliminate the additional mass from a weighted damper. Replacing the damper, if it's ever needed, becomes a simple procedure, and assures that the balancing is not affected. It's well known that under high rpm conditions, the front of the crank on externally balanced engines is at risk of breaking much more than those with an internal setup.

Cost of the internally balanced front crank is$49.00We have this upgrade featured in our other listings. You can see this and other upgrade options in our ebay store under the "UPGRADES" category, or simply do a search with the key word, "Upgrade" in the search bar when shopping in our ebay store. Before you finalize your purchase of this assembly you may add any of these upgrades to your shopping cart. Click here to add upgrades.

Polished single plane or dual plane Intake Manifold: This low cost upgrade really adds beauty to the engine for those who like the bright polished look on the engine. This is available on our Single plane or large runner dual plane intake, known as the Eliminator (very similar to the Edelbrock RPM Airgap).

Cost of the polished single or dual intake is $49.50We have this upgrade featured in our other listings. You can see this and other upgrade options in our ebay store under the "UPGRADES" category, or simply do a search with the key word, "Upgrade" in the search bar when shopping in our ebay store. Before you finalize your purchase of this assembly you may add any of these upgrades to your shopping cart. Click here to add upgrades.

Single plane or dual plane Speedmaster polished intake upgrade, your choice.

MSD STREET FIRE DISTRIBUTOR.The MSD Street Fire HEI distributor is a far superior unit compared the regular HEI unit that comes with this engine. The failure rate is near non existent. We find the advance curve characteristics also to be more in suitable for street rod engines. We have also noticed that the degree span from initial to total timing is a slightly closer, approx. 18 degrees variance. This allows the engine to have more initial timing when operating at low speed without the use of the vacuum advance.

Cost of the MSD is$108.50We have this upgrade featured in our other listings. You can see this and other upgrade options in our ebay store under the "UPGRADES" category, or simply do a search with the key word, "Upgrade" in the search bar when shopping in our ebay store. Before you finalize your purchase of this assembly you may add any of these upgrades to your shopping cart. Click here to add upgrades.

Dyno Tuning:This is one of the most important upgrade/options we offer. There are many benefits to this service. The engine is first run at fast idle to bring the water and oil temp up to normal operating temperature. It is then run for approx. 20 minutes under a simulated load at around 3k rpm to promote initial ring seating. After this, the engine is shut down to allow us to check the readings on the spark plugs, and for any possible oil leaks. This cool down is considered part of the engine's first heat cycle. We then follow up with multiple low to medium rpm runs to further the break-in process of all the moving parts in the engine. During these multiple runs, we are paying close attention to the EGT, (exhaust gas temp) readings, vacuum pump readings, oil temp and pressure, coolant temp, and overall engine sound. At this point, we start the actual dyno tuning process and this focuses around the air to fuel ratio numbers and what timing numbers produce peak power. We usually have to change carb. jetting several times, adjust the idle circuits, and the air-bleeds occasionally have to be changed. We then establish the engine's full horse power and torque numbers at a given rpm limit.

Having your engine dyno tuned will allow it to run its absolute best, and is very important in protecting the engine from potential damage caused by the carburetor running excessively rich or lean. This also establishes the engine's hp output and max rpm. These numbers are very important to know. There is one more value we consider just as important to what we have mentioned above. An engine that has been dyno tuned has also been validated to be in perfect operating condition. This is something that running the engine on a test mule can't provide. Any problems the engine may have will show up during the dyno tuning process. We have on rare occasion seen a popular combination show hp numbers that were not where they should be. Some of these problems give no indication other than reduced hp numbers. We find and fix such problems. The problem may be something simple and easy to find and in some cases very difficult to pinpoint. We will not send the engine out until it's perfect. If you choose not to purchase the dyno tuning package, we will still do a test mule run, as many engine builders do, and it certainly is better than nothing but pales in comparison to a full dyno tuning. When engines are dyno tuned, the chances of you having a problem are near non-existent. Unforeseen problems may still, occur but they are rare. We have kept the cost on this extensive procedure low to not only make it affordable, but it gives us great peace of mind knowing the engine will be in perfect operating condition when it is received. The cost to do a repair once the engine is installed can be very expensive for both us the seller and the customer. When you see the final dyno run of your engine on youtube, consider the fact that approximately five man hours, around $25.00 worth of fuel, oil and filter and $105K worth of dyno equipment went into making that one minute final test run video.

Cost of the full dyno tune option is$350.00We have this upgrade featured in our other listings. You can see this and other upgrade options in our ebay store under the "UPGRADES" category, or simply do a search with the key word, "Upgrade" in the search bar when shopping in our ebay store. Before you finalize your purchase of this engine, you may add any of these upgrades to your shopping cart. Click here to add upgrades.

Pictured below is one of our actual Super Flow dyno's. This is a 2016 model and highly advanced compared to the much older models many shops have. We have two of these in use at our shop.


The Super Flow is the best dyno in the industry.

IMPORTANT NOTE.

If you purchase a starter from us you will have to install it. There is no way for us to properly shim the starter(should it be needed)while the torque converter and transmission are not installed. The flexplate will change position when the transmission is installed and the torque converter is hooked up to the flexplate. Some flexplates have a slight amount of run-out/warpage when the trans. and torque converter are not connected to it. This makes correct starter installation difficult. Only when you have the torque converter mounted to the flexplate can you properly install and adjust the starter.

Suggestion:While the engine is out of the car, still mounted on the engine stand, bolt up your torque converter to the flexplate. This will flatten out the flexplate to a great degree. Then, mount your starter on the engine. This is the only time you will have a birds eye view of the starter gear and ring gearfrom the back of the engine. You can see ifthe proper amount of mesh is there.

It's possible that once the transmission is installed and the torque converter is hooked up to the flexplate, the position of the ring gear may move a slight bit more. The transmission shaft centers up to the torque converter, and this causes the flexplate to further change shape slightly. This may alter your initial starter adjustment, and if it does, you may need to do a light adjustment once the transmission is installed.

We strongly suggest using our Powermaster 9100 or 9400 starter on this engine. These starters have proven to be highly reliable, and offer excellent header clearance.

IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT DE-TUNING.

For thosewith very heavy vehicles, such as4x4 quad cab trucks, 3/4 ton trucks,and crew cab/ex-cab trucks, Suburbans, plus trucks that may do light tomediumtrailer towing, we recommend the de-tuned version of this engine.

For those wanting to run a supercharger, we recommend our extra deep dish pistons with the 75cc heads regardless of the vehicle.

Our machinists each have many years of experience in building racing engines. This very critical work is done to exacting specs and with great care. Many vendors do not have machinists with the experience or the proper equipment that we are fortunate to have. We have built engines that cost upwards of $50,000. All of our engine builders have been in the engine machining and engine building line of work for their entire working lives. Their ages range from 40 to 67. We have a total of seven machinists/engine builders.

We have dynotested theoriginal creation of this engine with every cam and intake choice available extensively. We now include the engine test mule run at no additional cost. The engine is thoroughly tested for leaks, vibration, unusual noises, overall engine sound and feel.

THISENGINE IS BUILT WITH THE BEST AVAILABLE PARTS WITH CONSIDERATION TO KEEPING THE COST OF THIS ENGINE REASONABLE. WE'VE REVIEWED WHAT THE COMPETITION IS OFFERING, AND WE'RE CONVINCED THAT WE ARE OFFERING THE BEST VALUE FOR THE MONEY.

WARRANTY INFORMATION


This engine has aTwoYear Warranty with unlimited mileage.

  • Should a major problem arise with this engine within the first year of use, the warranty covers all parts and labor and we will pay for shipping the engine both ways.
  • Keep the crate your engine came in to ensure a safe return to our workshop.
  • Wedo notcover the removal or re-installation of the engine at any time during the warranty period.
  • Our engines must be used with a rev limiter. Should warranty issues arise, proof of the rev limiter use will be required.
  • Should a problem occur in the first year of the warranty that we determine can be repaired by you or a qualified repair shop,upon our written approval,we will pay for the repair based on our in-house hourly rates for labor and our estimate of a reasonable amount of time to make the repair with the engineon a stand as you received it.To be specific, due to the difficulty of accessing certain engine parts in some vehicles, we arenotresponsible for the additional time and labor costs you may incur in removing and replacing such parts.
  • In the second year, the warranty will cover all parts minus any labor to remove and install needed parts. The cost of shipping the engine to us is not covered in the second year of warranty.
  • Tuning or maintenance are not covered under the warranty. Tuning includes jetting or adjusting the carb, ignition timing, or readjusting the rockers. Tuning would also include changing out plugs to optimize temp range for your needs. Setting ignition timing is also considered tuning. You must check the timing on this engine before it is driven.
  • If you are not satisfied with the cam or intake you have chosen, we will exchange any of these items for up to 60 days. You will pay for shipping and any required labor.
  • Damage due to overheating, detonation or extreme abuse will not be covered by the warranty.Detonation damage is evident upon removal of the cyl. heads.
  • Engines used in marine applications will have a limited warranty of 1 year. The first six months will cover parts and labor, and the second half of the one year period will cover parts only. Marine engines must upgrade to a 4340 crank unless the engine already comes with this, and the ARP-2000 rod bolts.

You can enjoy your engine with occasional spirited driving, as it is well designed for it, but we will not cover damage caused by racing or improper tuning. A rev limiter and fuel to air ratio monitoring device must be used on this engine. The rev limiter should be set to cut off at its peak horsepower or less if you choose, and this should allow many years of service without a problem.

Your carb should be tuned to allow the correct fuel to air ratio. This ratio can vary depending on many factors such as altitude, vehicle weight, gearing, type of driving, etc. These values should be in the recommended safe zone.

Continue reading for more detailed information on timing and carburetion. You must follow the recommendations listed below.

Tuning, maintenance, and oil recommendations.

This engine must be maintained with oil specifically designed for high performance engines. The life of the engine can be greatly extended if you run a race grade engine oil such as our Schaeffer brand racing oil. We strongly recommend the Schaeffer Micron Moly 20w-50 grade in warm to hot weather. You may use the lighter weight Schaeffer Supreme 7000 series semi synthetic oil in cooler weather. After the engine is fully broken in, you may move over the Schaeffer full synthetic oil. The Schaeffer brand oil is very highly rated. It is the only brand of oil we use when dyno tuning.Racing oil must be changed more often than conventional oil. Every 2000 miles or less would be optimal.

We offer a full line of this oil in our other listings.

Rather than using mileage as an indicator of ring sealing, it's better to use oil consumption as a guide.

Oil pressure low as 50-60 lbs in the upper rpm range on a fully warmed up engine is nothing to worry about. You may also notice that oil pressure drops at idle to approx 25-30 lbs when the engine is fully warmed up during very hot weather. This is somewhat common and no cause for alarm.

The Dart block used in this engine has priority main oiling. This block routes the oil in a different pathway compared to a GM block. The mains and rod bearings as well as the crankshaft are well protected with an ample supply of oil even when the oil pressure numbers are lower than you think they should be.Oil pressure in the filter can be very high when the engine is cold. You must always allow the engine to warm up before any hard acceleration.


There are many special additives in race grade oils that are not in conventional oil. These additives are very valuable for high performance engines.Neveradd anything to racing oil. This oil has exactly what is needed to protect a high performance engine. Some of these oils will state that they are low or possibly non-detergent, and that is a desirable trait of racing oil.

The anti-foaming agents in race grade oils are much better than what you would find in conventional motor oil.Race grade oils have higher than normal amounts of the zinc compounds in them, and there are many components in the engine that can make great use of these additives.

If you are running a mechanical fuel pump on our engine, you absolutely must follow the oil guidelines to the letter.

We recommend running an electric fuel pump on this engine due to the higher than normal eccentric cam lobe failure rate experienced with engines running a mechanical fuel pump.

The high volume mechanical fuel pumps put an additional strain on the eccentric fuel pump lobe on the cam, and modern roller cam technology may not be addressing the eccentric cam lobe design like it once did years ago, since very few people are running mechanical fuel pumps anymore and the roller cams and lifters do not require these special treatments.

Modern oils further the problem due to the absence of high levels of the zinc compounds they once had. These factors can spell doom for the eccentric fuel pump lobe on the cam in these engines. Use the oils we recommend to avoid such problems.

If you insist on running a mechanical fuel pump, then using arace grade oil becomes essential. To further protect the cam, we offer a special fuel pump rod made from an ultralight material.It's made from a proprietary blended, carbon reinforced, bearing-grade polymer.This fuel pump rod only weighs 25 grams, and is very strong yet gentle on the eccentric cam lobe. If you do decide to use a mechanical fuel pump, we strongly recommend our Quick Fuel line of mechanical fuel pumps.

Unlike the common light weight hollow rod on the market, this rod is one third the weight, and a bit more costly. By reducing the reciprocating mass of the fuel pump rod, the load on the eccentric cam lobe is greatly reduced. We offer this rod in our other listings.

As for oil filters, we recommend ACDelco, selected K&N, Moroso, or any of the other high quality oil filters on the market.

The Wiseco forged pistons that we use arenot madefrom the low expansion 4032 alloy material. Ours are all made from 2618 Aircraft alloy. This type of alloy has a greater amount of expansion in the bore until fully warmed up, but not as much as some of the all out race pistons. Nonetheless, they do have more clearance until warmed up. Therefore, let the engine warm up before accelerating all out. You should start up and go at a mild driving pace for around 10 min. or longer.

You must use a rev-limiter on this engine. Should you have a warranty issue, proof that you have one will be required. A rev-limiter will allow you the freedom to drive without having to monitor the tach. Every car from the factory has this feature. Set the limiter to the peak hp rating of this engine or less for added protection.

You must run a crankcase ventilation system to pull gases from the crankcase. This is not supplied with this engine. We have these in our other listings. Usually a pcvsystem will work, but due to the erratic engine air speed, it may not work so well. We recommend an exhaust evac. system with the larger cam choices. After the engine is totally broken in, you may possibly be able to convert back to the regular style valve cover breathers and pcv system.

If you run the exhaust evac system, then you must have straight through mufflers such as the ones made by Magnaflow, Corsa, Borla, and Bullet, etc. These mufflers have perforated walls and flow straight through. These type mufflers will allow the exhaust evac system to gently pull gases from the crankcase at all times at a smooth consistent flow. Your engine rings will seat much faster.Regular chambered mufflers will interfere with the operation of an exhaust evac system.

One other benefit of using an exhaust evac system is the reduction in oil leaks. Excessive crankcase pressure is the cause of many oil leaks. After the rings have fully seated, the crankcase pressure will reduce considerably and oil seepage or minor leaks that may have been present will usually stop. We strongly recommend the Moroso brand exhaust evac system over any of the other brands on the market. They have a patent design that others do not use in the tubes that go into the header collector. The fluted notch in the tubes creates a much better drawing effect than those without it.


If you decided on cam choice three with this engine and have chosen our dual plane intake, the common pcv system may be sufficient, but we still would like you to use the exhaust evac setup at least until the engine is fully broken in.

Educate yourself on the exhaust evac. systems before using them. You will find plenty of great information on the internet about them.

Engine break in:As soon as your engine is installed,check and reset the timing if needed.Get the car on the road as soon as possible, and run the engine in a somewhat aggressive mode, not exceeding 4,500 rpm for the first few hundred miles.

Drive safely please; we're not asking you to drive fast or aggressively. Just keep your engine under load more than normal. Drive it in a very inefficient manner. Keep the engine with load against it, and bring the rpm up and back down to seat the rings much better and faster. This allows the rings to expand in a perfect circle and with greater pressure against the cylinderwalls to establish an even wear pattern.

If you have opted for our dyno-tuned version of this engine, then ring seating will be partially established. The dyno has a computer controlled break-in mode that we use before doing any dyno testing for power output. Should you opt for the dyno tuning package, it does not mean that your engine is ready for synthetic racing oil. Your engine will continue to seat the rings in to an even higher degree after 300-500 miles of driving, and crankcase pressures will continue drop.

VERY IMPORTANT NOTICE.

This engine doesnotcome with oil in it. The oil that was used during the test run or dyno tuning will be drained as this is required by the shipping companies. We also prefer draining the oil as this gives us a chance to examine it for metal particles. The filter is removed and is also closely examined for metal particles or debris. To prevent oil from dripping onto the shipping pallet, we re-install a new low cost regular spin-on oil filter.

You must prime your oil filter. Priming is not needed when changing oil on a well broken-in warm engine that has been running moments before changing the oil. Your new engine that has been sitting around for weeks, if not months, MUST be primed.

You should replace the oil filter that comes on the engine with a brand that we recommend, but opt for the medium lengthversion, as this will help maintain oil pressure and volume much better than the short version.

If you have chosen our Champ stock appearance pan, fill it with approx 5-6 qts. of oil.

If you have the extended capacity Champ pan with kick outs then you will use approx. 7.5-8qts of oil. Just remember to fill/prime the oil filter with oil before starting the engine.

Tuning recommendations. Very important.

You must be sure that your air to fuel ratio is correct.We strongly recommend purchasing a fuel to air ratio monitor.Proper carb jetting is also a must.

If your carb is running too lean, detonation is at your door.

If it is excessively rich, cylinder wash-down from excessive fuel will destroy your bore finish, pistons, and rings quickly, not to mention cause excessive fuel consumption.

A tad on the rich side is not a problem and can help resist detonation; a tad on the lean side will generate the most power and increase fuel mileage.

The optimal air to fuel ratio is approx. 13:1 Set total timing at 30-34 degrees. Total timing refers to the reading at 4500 rpm with the vac. advance disconnected.The closer to the lower number (30 degrees) the total timing is, the safer your engine will be.Do not worry about initial timing, as it will be determined by the total timing.

You may try running the vacuum advance if you have our regular HEI in this engine. Cam choice 1 may not allow proper operation of this, but the smaller cams may work well. The vacuum advance is adjustable and we recommend that you try it out. If you feel the vac. advance is putting too much initial timing into the engine, you should be able to adjust some of this out of it. Most aftermarket HEI units have an adjustable vac. advance. When setting the total timing, do not have the vac. advance hooked up. If you can bring your initial timing up from where it is at idle by running the vac. advance, the engine will operate tremendously better, have much better fuel mileage, and run cooler in most vehicles. Being able to run the vac. advance with good results is dependent on many factors.

If you hear valve clatter/ping (as it's called), then you need to try and adjust this out of the vac. advance. If valve clatter (pinging, as it's also known) is present under load, then you may not be able to run the vac. advance, but if the valve clatter is coming in around 3500 rpm or higher, then this could be a sign your total timing is set too high. Try backing it off a few degrees before giving up on the vac. advance. Valve clatter/pinging is actually the sound of the detonation occurring in the engine, and can be very damaging.

Be sure to have a high amperage battery and high quality starter. The battery must be 850 cca or more. Use heavy gauge battery cables. If you have a hard cranking issue, purchase an in-car timing controller or ignition kill switch. This will allow you to control your timing for optimal performance and ease of starting.


Do notrun regular gas in this engine, no matter how much you have reduced the timing. It may not be enough! You may have run an old car in the past that pinged and clattered under load for many miles, and this didn't seem to hurt it. Most cars from the 60's and 70's had very low compression, especially when nearly worn out, and this is why the detonation did not destroy the engine.Excessive pinging or valve clatter, as it's often referred to, may destroy this engine very quickly. Light pinging now and then is unlikely to do any damage, but it certainly will when there is an excessive amount of it under load.

Let any engine with compression numbers above 10:1 clatter and ping for very long, and you will lose the engine due to detonation, and in some cases this can happen very quickly.


Spark Plugs:We recommend theAutolitebrand, part number Autolite 3923.Most of our engines include the correct spark plugs. We also offer a premium NGK plug that is highly suitable for this engine when running in very hot climate. Race grade plugs are fine as they have a few features that are desirable for certain types of driving. Keep the temp in the low to middle range. Use a plug that's too hot, and you are once again close to detonation/pre-ignition; use a plug that's too cold and they will foul constantly, run poorly when cruising at low speed, and be difficult to start.

Some of our engines come with spark plugs in them, depending on the package you purchase. You may also use NGK part # NGK 4544, a plug that is one step lower in heat range than the Autolite plug. The NGK plug is only to be run during very hot weather.

You would be amazed at how much better an engine will run with the correct spark plugs installed, but brand name has little do with this. It's more to do with heat range than any other factor. Factors such as outside temp, altitude, compression ratio, and the type of driving you do determine the temp range to run.

A slight loss of power is also an issue with plugs that are too cold, as well as possible difficulty in starting. However, you can have much more serious issues by running plugs with high temp ranges.

Keep the engine coolant temp as low as possible, but it is not a problem if it runs as high as 210 on very hot days, as long as it's consistent, and not climbing.

Neveruse pure antifreeze. 50/50 mixture or even slightly less antifreeze will cool the engine better than a rich mixture of antifreeze. Keep the engine temp down if possible, but don't worry if you can't get it below 210 on a hot summer day. The cooler you keep the engine, the lower the risk of detonation. Set engine idle at approx. 900-950, and never too far below this unless you are running our cam choice three. The reduced size cams would allow for a lower idle speed.

If your carburetor is not functioning correctly, it can ruin your engine. If your carburetor size is more than one step in either direction from the recommended size, it can cause an imbalance in the fuel to air ratio, and be nearly impossible to tune.

Proper jetting is also a must. Never let the engine idle for excessively long periods during the break-in period.

Do not overfill with engine oil. Slightly less than normal is better than too much, in most cases.

When setting your carb choke, we recommend setting it on the mild/lean side. It is best for the choke to open up to its full straight up position as quickly as possible. Keep backing it off until cold starting becomes difficult. If you are running an electric fuel pump, then the Q-Series Quickfuel carbs are best to run. They are also suitable for use on engines running a mechanical fuel pump. They do not have an electric choke system, and this is usually not a problem unless you are running the engine is extremely cold weather.

If the choke is set up on the aggressive side, it will create an over-rich condition upon every cold start-up and warm-up. This over-rich condition is very damaging to an engine, and will waste fuel.

If you feel you can get by without a choke, then by all means do without it! The modern day carbs actually do well with very little or no choke. With a few pumps of the throttle and a bit of feathering the throttle will have you off and going smoothly, in most cases with very little or no choking at all.

Valve trainmaintenance.

Hydraulic roller setups are virtually maintenance-free and very long lived compared to a solid roller setup.

Our recommendations will change from time to time.We never stop trying to build a better engine, and we learn from our own experiences and from feedback from our customers. We know there's always room for improvement. We're always working on research and development, as does any successful business. We advise checking out the recommendation section of our engine ads on a regular basis.

Why have we given such detailed information on our warranty and maintenance suggestions? Some customers bought our engines and did not fully understand our warranty and the maintenance needs of the engines.

Not knowing is understandable, but failing to educate yourself on the do's anddon'tsis asking for problems. We suggest joining a few good car forums, as they have a wealth of great information.

However, beware of individuals on forums who think they know it all, and really know very little. Do your research using several sources, and be sure to read between the lines.

Important notice.

This enginedoes notinclude a fuel pump. This engine is best suited to operate with an electric fuel pump, with a pressure regulator set at 6-6.5 psi. A 125-130 gph rated pump should be sufficient. It's best not use a higher capacity fuel pump than required. A chrome block off plate will be installed on the engine. We believe that the electric fuel pump system is a superior fuel delivery system compared to a mechanical system.

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Your engine info will include the balance sheet and other information on this engine such as cam card, and your invoice will show your personal selection of the options offered.

Many have asked why we're able to sell such an engine for such a great price. It's because we're a major distribution center for all of the parts used in this engine, as well as a full scale machine shop. Our purchase price for the parts used in this and all of our engines are at master warehouse distributor (WD) pricing. Few machine shops ever get to master-wd pricing. We also believe in keeping our profit levels low enough to allow the working man a chance to build his car the way it should be built.

Transmission Recommendations

Your selection of what type transmission you're going to use with your new engine is very important. I'm going to give you the real lowdown on what transmissions I recommend, as well as the ones I would stay away from. For those building a very mild, (detuned) street rod, (small cam choice, dual plane intake) these recommendations are not as critical.

700R4: Worst possible transmission choice.

Pros

  • None, other than there are plenty of them around for a cheap price, and for good reason.
  • Fuel injection does make this trans. more tolerable.
  • It will get you from point A to point B period!

Cons

  • Very wide first to second gear spread. First gear is a 3.06 ratio Second is a 1.62 ratio. This nearly equates to skipping from first to third gear with a manual trans.This kills acceleration when these trans go into second gear on a carbureted engine with a healthy cam and large runner intake manifold.Compare this to a TH350. First gear at 2.52 ratio and second gear is 1.52 do the math.
  • The 3.06 first gear is so low that any final gear of above 3.55 or numerically higher will have you right at themax rpm at around 35 mph, only to then have your car fall on its face when it hits second gear, feeling like it skipped a gear. Wheel spin is uncontrollable upon hard launches, unless you have a very tall final gear, and then you can for sure count on going nowhere quickly when second gear comes in. Overdrive would be totally useless at highway speed regardless of detuning with a tall final gear, unless you were cruising at around 100 mph.
  • Huge cost to build up to a decent street rod level. Don't even consider a stock rebuild to handle 500 hp or more. Under hard use, the 700R4 will fail quickly.
  • Limited as to what level these can be built up to. High performance transmission builders and parts suppliers don't even recognize this as a serious transmission.
  • More complex to build than a TH350 and far more expensive, especially when built up to handle high hp numbers.
  • Having to run a cumbersome throttle value cable to the carb. linkage. This feature actually serves a good purpose, but if not set properly, it can destroy your transmission quickly. Very critical adjustment, and often overlooked.
  • The overdrive is actually useless with engines running decent size cams relative to the cubic inch, especially with large runner dual plane intakes, and single plane intakes are out of the question with this trans.
  • Stall converters are double the cost of the one run in a TH350.
  • This isnot a reliable transmission in a street rod.
  • Lowers the value of your vehicle to some degree, especially on high hp builds. These transmissions do not belong in most carbureted street rods. You must detune an engine considerably to operate the overdrive and be able to tolerate the first to second gear drop.
  • Could be classified as the worst mismatch of parts known on a true street rod.
  • As a side note, I would like to mention that most of us have owned a regular stock street car with a 700R4 trans, or its electronic likeness, a 4L60E, and didn't find much of an issue with the way they operated, especially if the vehicle was fuel injected. This is because stock car engines are designed to operate totally different in the very low rpm range. They have huge amounts of off idle torque compared to the average carbureted street rod that makes 400 hp or more. This off idle instant torque allows the vehicle to keep its speed up decently when the 700R4 drops into second gear, and the same low rpm also allows the overdrive gear to operate normally at very low rpm. There are other factors that also allow these trans. to operate at low rpm, especially on fuel injected computer driven engines.

TH350: Best transmission choice, hands down.

Pros

  • Excellent gear spread between all three gears.
  • Very low cost to build up to various levels of power handling.
  • Can be built up to extreme power handling capabilities.
  • Most all transmission shops are capable of building these to at least level 1 or 2.
  • No TV cable to deal with.
  • Stall converters are low in cost, and the selection is broad.
  • Very reliable and simple to repair if needed.

Cons

  • None, simply none! Select a final gear that will allow you the best overall performance and one that allows a decent off the line acceleration, and one that will be in a tolerable rpm range at highway speed. You must have the correct stall converter for optimal performance. This can make a huge difference in the way your vehicle accelerates.
  • These are becoming scarce, but there are still plenty of them around, and high performance parts are easily obtained.
  • You may have to go through this long story to your less than knowledgeable friends as to why you didn't choose a 700R4, and when you explain it to them, they may still think you don't know what you're talking about.

TH400

Pros

  • Excellent gear spread. Very similar to a TH350.
  • Strong internal parts.
  • Reliable.
  • Simple to build or repair to stock buildup levels.

Cons

  • Very expensive to build up to higher power handling levels, as compared to a TH350. The TH350 has far more high performance parts available at reasonable costs. The 400 trans. is not a practical choice.
  • Internal rotating parts (cast iron drum) are very heavy and create a huge drag compared to most any other trans., and this is not a subtle amount of drag. The TH400 is well known to be a heavier duty trans. than a TH350 but this heavy duty factor was designed more for heavy vehicles that may encounter pulling heavy loads. Only the largest of the GM cars weighing around 5000 lbs had these trans. in them, along with heavy duty pickups, usually 3/4 ton or larger trucks. Even the half ton Chevy trucks didn't come with these in them.
  • They will certainly hold up better than a stock built TH350, but they are not a desirable trans. for a street rod. You can build a TH350 to level two that would be superior to any stock TH400 in every way for about the same cost. Building a TH400 to a high hp handling level will cost a great deal of money.
  • You will never see this trans in a true Pro-Street car.

Powerglide.

Pros

  • Excellent transmission to build up to just about any power handling level.
  • Most trans. shops are able to build this trans with ease.
  • Very reliable, and simple to work on. Not much to go wrong.
  • Decent first to second gear spread.
  • Rotational drag is very low with this trans., moreso than any automatic on the market. Very efficient trans.
  • Stall converters are not expensive and many choices available.

Cons

  • Two gears, that's the problem. This trans. can only be run in cars that have a very high hp to weight ratio. It would be fair to say a vehicle weighing approx. 3400 lbs would require an engine output of 1000 hp or more to make it a rational choice, and even then, you would still need a decent final gear to get things moving off the line. The first gear in these is somewhat tall. Those running a T-Bucket roadster weighing around 1800 lbs. with a 500 hp or higher engine could make great use of a Powerglide trans.
  • Having only two gears limits having the best of both worlds when it comes to off the line acceleration and cruising at highway speed.

GM200

Pros

  • Has a better gear spread than the 700R4 but not as optimal as the TH350.
  • Not much good to say about this trans. It certainly has a place in some special late model applications, but old school Chevy engines is not one of them.

Cons

  • This transmission can cost up to three times more to build up to a decent power handling level compared to a built up TH350.
  • Cannot hold up to high torque engine builds unless an enormous amount of money is spent on this trans.
  • Most all the cons you see for the 700R4 exist within this trans.
  • This trans is not a reliable trans. compared to any of the early GM trans.

4L60E Electronically controlled trans.

Pros

  • No TV cable to deal with or shifting linkage. It has pump pressure control and shifting via electronics.
  • Not much good to say about this expensive trans. It is virtually a 700R4 with a modern twist.

Cons

  • Most of the same issues as the 700R4. Terrible choice to run in an old school carbureted engine.
  • Very expensive to build up to a high power handling level. Can cost up to $4,000 to build this trans up to a decent level. Computer controlled engines may require this unless you bypass the car's computer system.
  • Complex. Very complex!
  • Pointless to run such a terrible transmission.
  • If you insist on such a trans, the 4L80E is a better choice, as it has a normal gear spread, and is a much stronger trans. Still pointless to use with an old school carbureted engine.

Four and five speed Manual Trans.

Pros

  • Excellent acceleration at any speed due to many selective gear ratios. Finding a gear at any cruising speed to hit it hard is easily accomplished with a manual compared to an automatic.
  • More efficient delivery of horse power to the rear wheels with a manual trans. versus an automatic. In other words,less loss of power due to slippage as encountered with an automatic trans.
  • For some people, the fun factor of shifting gears is one of the high points of owning a street rod.
  • Very reliable, long lasting. Low maintenance. Simple to change out a clutch if needed.

Cons

  • Can be very expensive to purchase a high quality modern manual trans. and high performance clutch and flywheel, especially the Tremec Series.
  • Can be somewhat complex to change over from an auto to a manual trans.
  • If you think your car is going to run faster with a manual versus an auto, you will be greatly disappointed. The automatic transmission can not only shift much faster, but off line acceleration can be controlled to a much greater degree. This is why most drag cars have automatic transmissions. All things equal, a car equipped with an auto trans will outrun one equipped with a regular street rod manual with great ease.
  • Missing gears when racing can cause damage to your engine, and loss of control of your vehicle should you drop into the previous gear during an aggressive run. Been there a couple times, dropped a valve in brand new Lotus Esprit shifting out of second into first rather than third, and locked up the back wheels on a Dodge Viper shifting into second rather than fourth at high speed. Nearly lost control of the car at around 80 mph.
  • If you're deciding to run a 5 or 6 speed manual trans because of the overdrive gear, be aware that most engines built with large lopey cams, and single plane intakes running a carb will usually not allow effective use of the overdrive gear.
  • Tremec T56 transmissions are very popular and highly advanced. They are expensive. They tend to be notchy to shift when new. Takes many miles before they become easy to shift. They can be difficult to install in some early model classic cars, as they are huge compared to early model transmissions. They can cost a great deal of money to rebuild if needed. Still about the best manual trans out there, and can handle very high hp levels.
  • Sadly, your wife may not be able to drive your car with amanualtrans. This could be a plus in some cases.

A final note.

Our eBay user id is:skipwhite, and our eBay store name is whiteperformance1. You may have noticed other sellers using a similar name offering similar products. These other sellers have capitalized on our name as we see it, and many customers searching for us will inadvertently find them, thinking we are one in the same company. There is only one "Skip White" We are the original premier eBay seller under this name since approximately 2002. We have no other eBay names, nor are we associated with any other company regardless of the similarity in the name or location. Our official company name is Skip White Performance.

PAYMENT AND SHIPPING DETAILS


Contact us for shipping cost for overseas delivery. We have excellent sources for low cost shipping anywhere in the world.

We have now included a flat rate shipping fee on this engine within the 48 continental states.This rate only applies to delivery to a business with the capability to unload the engine without the use of a lift gate. You must have a dock or fork lift. We can have the engine delivered to a residence with lift gate service but at an additional cost.

Your engine will be in a crate on a pallet, and you will receive a roll around engine cradle at no additional cost. The value of the engine cradle is approx. $49. Your engine will also be fully insured.

We offer greatdiscounts on shipping. Youonlypay the full shipping feeon the highest shipping cost of your items, andhalf priceshipping on all additional items. (However, half-price shipping on additional items does not apply to heavy items like engines, short blocks, etc.) Few offer discounts on shipping such as this. Contact us using the"Ask A Question"tabif you would like us to calculate your shipping cost on multiple item orders.You may also requestan invoice at time of checkout. We will answer your eBay message within one business dayin most cases,so keep shopping and pay half price shipping on all additional items. Our checkout system will automatically calculate your shipping discount at time of payment,so long asyou consolidate your payment.

If you checkout and start over, the auto calculator will not recognize the multiple purchases, and there will be no shipping discount. Should you decide to start purchasing again after checking out, you willneed to contact us so we can calculate your shipping for you.

The half price shipping on all additional items only applies to items that are being shipped in the 48 continentalUnited States.

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