416 C. I. SBC Built around a GM Rocket Block (See Below).
Deck Height: 9.295
Crank: Scat LW. 3.80 Stroke Internally Balanced
Rods: Lunati H-Beam 6.00 with 7/16” bolts & floating pins
Pistons: J & E with 10cc Dome Part # J75008 with J & E Rings.
Heads: All Pro 23* 230cc runner 70cc chamber. Valves PBM : Intakes 2.08 .100 long Exh 1.6 .100 long Comp Valve Springs #977-16 with tool steel retainers
Trend Push rods 5/16” + .080
Head Gasket: Felpro #1034
Cam: Comp Flat Tappet with big block journal. Ferrea Tool Steel Lifters. Will give more info over the phone.
Rockers: Comp Roller Rockers 1:6 Ratio with 7/16” Studs
Timing Chain: Cloyes Hex Adjust Timing Set for Raised Cam
Balancer light Weight wit Built
Oil Pan is .800 wide rail pan with baffles.
Oil pump. Will have to check can’t remember.
Stewart Water Pump w/tig welded impeller & Pulleys
Polished Aluminum Valve Covers
Carter Mechanical Fuel Pump
Remote oil filter and lines - Please note this block does not have an oil filer boss.
850 CFM Competitions Carburetor
HEI Distributor with New Wires.
Engine Builders says it dynode at 611 Hp.
$6500.00 Complete as described above. I’m willing to sell less externals such as carb water pump etc. or as short block so please feel free to call for pricing. I receipt for $6099.00 to build & I owned the block, heads, intake, & distributor so this is a steal. The only reason I’m selling is I’m getting out of racing to pursue a business venture. I have a run stand so if you want to hear it run give me a call.
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Please Call: 563.529.0016
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Cast Iron Rocket Block (Tall w/Wet Sump)
This cast iron block is precision machined and does not require additional "blueprinting" to correct production tolerances. All block dimensions are machined to +/- .001". The block's extra-thick siamesed cylinder walls provide a minimum .275" wall thickness with a 4.125" bore. The cylinders can be bored to a maximum of 4.155" diameter. This block also uses the standard GM small-block V8's 4.400" cylinder bore centerlines. The outer water jacket walls are scalloped to enhance coolant flow around the siamesed cylinders. This block is available with deck height 9.325" (.300" taller than production). The reinforced deck has a minimum .625" deck thickness, regardless of the deck height specified. The head bolt holes are blind-tapped and the head bolt bosses are freestanding to minimize cylinder bore distortion. The three steel 4-bolt center main bearing caps have splayed outer bolts. The 2-bolt front and rear bearing caps are retained with studs. Blocks with standard deck heights use 2.45" main bearings; tall deck height blocks use 2.65" main bearings. This block uses a pre- 1985 two-piece small-block rear main bearing seal. Compared to a production small-block V8, the Rocket block's camshaft is raised .390" (4.912" camshaft-to-crankshaft centerlines). This relocated camshaft will clear a 4.125" stroke crankshaft without interference, eliminating the need for a small base circle cam when using a long-stroke crankshaft. This block uses big- block V8 cam bearings. These larger cam journals allow the camshaft base circle diameter to be enlarged, which enhances camshaft strength and reliability. The lubrication system has been revised. This block has a "priority main" lubricating system that directs oil to the main bearings before the cam bearings. The main oil gallery is located next to the camshaft tunnel: oil can be pumped into this gallery through a boss above the timing chain cover or through the bellhousing flange behind the #7 cylinder. In wet sump versions, the rear main bearing cap is machined for a standard oil pump. The oil pan rails are spread .800" (.400" per side) compared to a production small-block V8. These pan rails will clear up to a 4.125" stroke crankshaft in tall deck blocks with minor modifications. Other additions to this block are: dual starter mounts, production bosses for side and front engine mounts, and provisions for a block-mounted mechanical fuel pump.
Deck Height......9.025"(std.).........9.325" (tall)
Oiling System...Wet Sump...........Wet Sump
Main Bearings...2.45" (350-type)...2.65" (400 type)
Technical Notes: Depending on components used, bottom of bores and oil pan rails may require notching and additional machine work for connecting rod and counterweight clearance. Mounting the starter on the left (driver's) side of the block provides additional clearance for an extended oil pan. If the block-mounted oil filter is eliminated, a remote filter is required.