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Old 08-08-2002, 11:04 AM
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69 Pontiac YH 428 for sale!

This post was blatant advertising. Since drewhelm has not posted since February of 2006, I am deleting the information.

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Old 08-08-2002, 11:26 AM
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i e mailed you my phone number at khelm@reliant if that's still accurate. let's talk! e mail me back at hotmail not yahoo, tha ks
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Do you know what the proper timing is for the 428?
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I responded to your post. I believe initial should be set at 8-10 BTDC at idle with the vacuum advance disconnected and plugged. Total timing should not be more than 34 degrees all in around 2000 rpms.
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By the way, have you checked on truck freight shipping costs? I called acround to multiple freighters and the least expensive other than forward air was over $350 shipped to a terminal. Forward air is very inexpensive for what they ship. If I could go any lower I would.
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428 Pontiac

Do you still have 428 Pontiac engine?
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428 engine for sale

is this engine still for sale?
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is this engine still for sale?
Look at post #6 above.

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Look at the date...It was for sale in August of 2002
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I had a 390HP 428 several yrs. ago. Dropped it in a 76TA with custom stainless solid mounts. Ran strong for several 1/4mi passes. Blipped the throttle to about 3000rpm on starting line, crank broke in half, sent 2 rods through the oil pan, nocked 2 nice holes in the crossmember also.
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