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    Dart's New SHP Block anyone ued one yet

    These seem like the block to use,for 650 hp or less,then oem.We're just wondering if anyone has received any and what they found out?

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    Re: Dart's New SHP Block anyone ued one yet

    Quote Originally Posted by et7333
    These seem like the block to use,for 650 hp or less,then oem.We're just wondering if anyone has received any and what they found out?
    Still waiting on 4 blocks
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    Carl did you get your blocks yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by et7333
    Carl did you get your blocks yet?
    They should be here next Tuesday or Wednesday as there seems to be alot of interest in them.

    I will keep you posted and I will also have some pics to post as well.

    I think a fully machined block cleaned ready to go will go for 1775.00 and thats includes shipping as well.
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    We received in 2 of them right around July 1st, they are very nice for a mild engine build, I would stay under 650 for a circle track application or 700-750 for a drag racer.
    They still need there typical machine work, line hone, bore true, and re align the decks, but all in all a good solid piece.
    We have built a 421 and a 383 out of the 2 we had, both are running strong.

    Sure beats using an old block over.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cncmotorsports
    We received in 2 of them right around July 1st, they are very nice for a mild engine build, I would stay under 650 for a circle track application or 700-750 for a drag racer.
    They still need there typical machine work, line hone, bore true, and re align the decks, but all in all a good solid piece.
    We have built a 421 and a 383 out of the 2 we had, both are running strong.

    Sure beats using an old block over.

    You guys must be using fixtures for your bore true (BHJ) and if thatt is like the set we used before the CNC Machine we bought it DOES not correct from intake to exhaust which is the important location and not from front to rear which the BHJ does.

    After machining them with the CNC machine over the fixtures the CNC is much more accurate from what we have seen.


    We have the ability to probe the blocks out for cam tunnel location, lifter bore location, cylinder location in X and Y locations, deck heights and cylinder bore size.

    On the SHP block we found the locations to be very accurate

    Here is a good link to look over
    http://speedtalk.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=12112


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