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bbc 454 peanut port head engine

Cost at the junkyard for a late roller cam one piece rear main seal. Depending on condition $350.00 and up to $800.00 dollars. Considering that one out of four earley big blocks, Two piece rear main seal are no good Same with the small block, And spun cam bearings on number 1 and 3 and 4 cam support bearings will either be spun or turn a bluish color from a lack of oil on the top The late model engines have all been replaced with tighter spects, meaning better engines with more warranty than ever before. So... is the extra money worth the later engines Junk yard prices?? I think so, I'm probably going to have a lot of people that will disagree. All I can say is go check them both out you sharper guys will notice the big differences. The katter roller can allow the oil to slow it. All in yes Im in for the late 454 with peanut port head. They will easily make 446 hp at 4900 rpm and over 500 ft lbs torque at 4900 rpm. perfect 454 for the everyday user.

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The katter roller can allow the oil to slow it.
Be very careful here. This will work only if you include a hydromorphic defibrilator mounted in Shammly bushings and degreed to take advantage of the highly sensitive waneshaft separator.

Do some reading. You have a long way to go.
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Be very careful here. This will work only if you include a hydromorphic defibrilator mounted in Shammly bushings and degreed to take advantage of the highly sensitive waneshaft separator.

Do some reading. You have a long way to go.
Sorry Tech!!
THat hydromorphic defibrilator can only be used to raise or re-start a thread from the dead!!
This clearly is a new thread! Old subject but a new thread!!
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Sorry Tech!!
THat hydromorphic defibrilator can only be used to raise or re-start a thread from the dead!!
This clearly is a new thread! Old subject but a new thread!!
Awwww, shucks, I thought I had it nailed. Thanks for the heads-up.
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I don't know what these meaningless posts are all about!? You're all over the place, 460 BBF build, now a 454 after hijacking another thread. This forum needs a fantasy land forum...moving to General Rod Tech.
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