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400 question

hey guys just a quick question.Can you get a 400 block from GM.

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GM parts experts jump in here and correct me if I'm wrong but Dart and Motown are making them. The bowtie would be the only 400 based block that I remember right?
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I beleave Brodix makes them as well as for gm i was checking there n didnt see an actual 400 block but i may have over looked it too....just went back they have some a few diff ones heh click here

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We do a lot with blocks and GM Makes a Bowtie block with 400 mains but going to the 350 mains will free up some bearing friction and the Bowtie is nothing like the 400 block as the Bowtie has thicker decks and cylinder walls better webbing and better caps and the blocks are a lot closer to blue priint then the 400 block from what I have seen.

Dart offers a block and World does but on the world blocks we have sen a lot of issues with them and don't offer them any more to our cutomers.

The Brodix block will be an aluminum block very exspensive
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