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Old 11-15-2012, 03:40 PM   #1
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Bare block!

Anyone want to point me In the right direction to either buy a whole kit to build the block or donor piece by piece? A complete list would help a lot thanks guys!
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Buy a kit, what are you wantin/lookin for
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Usually a block that is already prepped and bored .030 over is cheaper than quality machine shop work.. Do you have the skills necessary to assemble the bottom end?
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Anyone want to point me In the right direction to either buy a whole kit to build the block or donor piece by piece? A complete list would help a lot thanks guys!
Ford Racing Boss Modular 5.0L Engine Block M-6010-BOSS50 - Free Shipping!
Here is a 5.0 block that uses all the insides and heads at the 4.6 2v just need bigger pistions for the 5.0 block. buy that and then a 4.6 for the heads, crank, rod, and intake.... plus a 5.0 would just be bad@55
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You could find some info on a Teksid 4v block on this thread and in 32vNomad's writeup.

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Old 11-16-2012, 01:44 PM   #6
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I mean I already bought a stock 4.6 block an just wanted to build it up. It's completely bare! And no I don't have the skills I es going to buy everything and get it put together buy my mechanic. Just looking for some prices of rotating assy. Mmr 900, all that! And whatever else I'll need.

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Ford Racing Boss Modular 5.0L Engine Block M-6010-BOSS50 - Free Shipping!
Here is a 5.0 block that uses all the insides and heads at the 4.6 2v just need bigger pistions for the 5.0 block. buy that and then a 4.6 for the heads, crank, rod, and intake.... plus a 5.0 would just be bad@55
Would that fit?

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Ford Racing Boss Modular 5.0L Engine Block M-6010-BOSS50 - Free Shipping!
Here is a 5.0 block that uses all the insides and heads at the 4.6 2v just need bigger pistions for the 5.0 block. buy that and then a 4.6 for the heads, crank, rod, and intake.... plus a 5.0 would just be bad@55
Alright yes I would love to do that! But I already bought the other block. And this one ^ uses all my stock internals and I'm wanting to go FI. Replace everything and get it completely done so that all I have to do is take the old stock one out and out the old/new built one in. The reason behind this is so I'm not down a car I use my car everyday and I'm not able to just rip it apart and start building it.
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Old 11-17-2012, 01:22 AM   #7
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Come on guys! Gimme something
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Old 11-17-2012, 01:27 AM   #8
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Go to mmrs website and look at there rotating kits, or dssracing.com
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