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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 02-17-2006, 08:04 AM Thread Starter
 
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for the people here in MI

Alright I got some old parts that I took off my car and there just sitting in my garage taking up space. If anybody here needs or wants them late me know cause I really dont wanna sell them and send them out.

npi heads $100 (nothing wrong with them took them off for pi swap)

pi cams $50 (once again nothing wrong with em took them out for crower cams)

npi intake w/ aluminum crossover $20 (only has about 6,000 miles on it)

2 sets of stock exhaust manifold's $make an offer 1 set left

stock size fuel injectors $100 (I cleaned them out in fuel clas and only put about 200 mils on them after that)

stock size throttle body $make an offer

that's all I can think of laying out there for now. oh yeah all parts are off my 97 cougar 4.6L. id like to get rid of this stuff so let me know if anybody here in MI wants these if not I will end up shiping them if somebody else wants anything Thanks

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post #2 of 20 (permalink) Old 02-17-2006, 03:32 PM
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Sounds like someone is stepping it up a notch for 06.
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I'd say it's a little more then a notch but will see when it's done.
I'll give it another week to see if anyone here in MI wants these if not I'll try to get rid of them another way.
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post #4 of 20 (permalink) Old 02-20-2006, 03:20 PM
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You should like it. I did the pi swap with different cams last year and it makes a hell of a difference.
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post #5 of 20 (permalink) Old 02-20-2006, 05:19 PM Thread Starter
 
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yeah im doing a little bit more then just the head swap too. look at my sig and see what I got going.
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post #6 of 20 (permalink) Old 02-20-2006, 07:46 PM
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Yeah I saw that. We have quite similar plans. I am going to spray 125 at the stock short block this summer and then build a forged bottom end over next winter.
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well maybe this might help you out I took my block to Holbrook racing on schoolcraft and merriman not sure if the pistons may be cheaper for you or not cause I had the block bored 30 over
rods $550
pistons $650 (diamond flat tops though)
rings $125
crank shaft freebie thanks to knowing the right person
rod brgs $40
main brgs $50
gasket kit $125
just a ball park figure for ya it might help you out.
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Cool. I hadn't priced out the bearings and gaskets yet. It all adds up to what I thought it would in the end though. Did you use arp hardware for the mains or the stock stuff?
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im not sure what brand but I know he used main studs that cost me $120 and he also studded the block for the heads.

anyway does anybody want any of this?
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97qwikcat im roger also in the DH i really want to check out your car. mine bird is a pearl white stock 96 daily driver but the plans are very simliar to yours. im right across from st. linus im sure u have seen me around so get a hold of me [email protected]

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post #11 of 20 (permalink) Old 03-10-2006, 05:31 PM
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what block are you useing?
looks like alot of people in Mi are steping up with the mn12's we should hit milan some time .


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well maybe this might help you out I took my block to Holbrook racing on schoolcraft and merriman not sure if the pistons may be cheaper for you or not cause I had the block bored 30 over
rods $550
pistons $650 (diamond flat tops though)
rings $125
crank shaft freebie thanks to knowing the right person
rod brgs $40
main brgs $50
gasket kit $125
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I'm still using the original block, Yeah we definnitly need to hit Milan I plan on doing it a few times this year. We gotta set something up once weather break's. That's in the other thread though.

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Hey bro,
Exhaust manifolds still for sale? If so, are they the early cast or the later tube steel? Thanks.
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Forgot to ask if they were v6 or 4.6.
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yeah Im holding one set for someone and the other set I still got. well there 4.6 and judging by your engine I don't think they will work for ya.
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Thanks anyways bro for the reply. My car is a 92 SC, so I need the later V6 tubulars.
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post #17 of 20 (permalink) Old 03-13-2006, 10:36 PM
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how much you want for the exhaust manifold shipped to 48642?

i basicall just need the driver side.

let me know.

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lookin for a little feedback from you guy's

instead of starting a new thread I was thinking about doing some work outta the garage but I want to get some feedback on this first.
Ok so what I was thinking about doing is powder coating parts. I saw the powder coating system that Craftsman has. I just wanna get some feedback from you guys on if you would be interested on getting engine parts or anything else metal powder coated.
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