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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-27-2005, 01:11 PM Thread Starter
 
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Just figured you guys would know off the top of your heads!
And it would be faster than me searching?

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Block alone or fully assembled?

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Just figured you guys would know off the top of your heads!
And it would be faster than me searching?
Thanks - Brett!
So much for being faster then a search. :rolleyes:
Is that with 4 quarts of oil or 5?

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Hmmmmm couple pounds lighter than I thought.... :rolleyes:

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Well get out a friggen scale and weigh it. :winkgrin: Each motor will weigh a little different. I am sure I took out about 5 lbs of casting flash on my 289..... :winkgrin:

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