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    BBC Aftermarket Blocks

    I want to buy an after market BBC Block. Which after market block is the best one for Drag racing

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    Depends on how much money ya got to spend ?
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    Re: BBC Aftermarket Blocks

    Quote Originally Posted by chrisask
    I want to buy an after market BBC Block. Which after market block is the best one for Drag racing
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    I have used Merlin and Dart for steel blocks. I like the Dart block the best. With the aluminum block I have only worked with Brodix but have seen the Dart. Dart comes a little cleaner with less work but on the plus side the Brodix gives an engine builder more to work with. So it's a 50/50 between these 2 on the aluminum blocks.
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    dart or world.... cant go wrong with either.
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    Has anyone seen or looked at the BMP alum. blk that Naylor in SC is selling for around $3400.00.
    I've owned and run KB and Donavan, both with water and solid.

    Price is good but i don't know if the blk is.

    Just curious


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    Quote Originally Posted by zipper06
    Has anyone seen or looked at the BMP alum. blk that Naylor in SC is selling for around $3400.00.
    I've owned and run KB and Donavan, both with water and solid.

    Price is good but i don't know if the blk is.

    Just curious


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