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WHAT ARE PROFESSIONALLY PORTED COMPLETELY REBUILT LS6 HEADS WORTH???

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Brians 60s, Mar 31, 2001.

  1. Brians 60s

    Brians 60s 1/2 ton status

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    I have a line on a mostly complete LS6 motor but don't want the high horse heads. I would rather have torque. These heads have been fully profesionally ported, and i will be putting something good like manly pro flow valves in them to finish them off. What would these bad boys be worth. BTW
    in order to take you seriously I hope whoever posts does not
    want to buy them. Thanks, Brian

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    My guess would be around $800 to a $1000 maybe more.

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    i agree.800-1000 min. take em to a dragstrip if theres 1 near ya.they wont last long.where you at i might be able to sell em for ya im in fla.

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    I live in Oregon and am just trying to see if this motor is worth
    getting. It comes with some high performance parts I will not
    be using. Heads, Tunnel Ram, $1,300 custom forged JE nitrous pistons. Possibly more stuff as well. I will post it for
    sale when I get the motor. Keep your ears open for someone
    looking in Florida. I appreciate the offer. Brian

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  5. now what are you buying, brian? maybe you should get out of realestate and start a high perfromance salvage yard. brian can give most of our local salvage yards here in Bend a good run for their money. Hmmm, tunnel ram and forged nitrous pistons, might be good for the mud bogs. brian, let me know when you get the goods and i'll help you post pics with my digital camera.

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    Jason, sometimes my buying addiction get's the best of me, even when i have no cash. Credit cards are evil. I was turned on to a motor by a guy I know in Vancouver, He is one
    of those guys who cranks thousands into projects only to abandon ship and lose money. This motor is a factory LS6
    454. bored 20 over. 4 bolt mains, steele crank, steele rods,
    custon forged JE nitrous racing pistons, Tunnel Ram, Fully
    Ported but needing valves rectangle port heads Comp 305
    cam, Weiand Team G highrise, Hooker Super Comp Headers.
    The short block is assembled but it does need all brackes and
    most accessories except for the water pump. He claims to be into this motor over $4,500 but needs cash and I can pick it up
    for 2k. Just wondering what I can get for the stuff I won't be using so I can get the parts I would need. I would like to put
    this motor in the 88 chevy, but as it is it would suck for towing
    so new heads and pistons are in order. Thanks for offering to
    post pics jason, I will probably take you up on your offer if I
    get it. Brian

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