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Old 10-18-2004, 03:16   #1 (permalink)
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Some nice info and pics on the Mexican block...

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Yep posted some time back
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mine had salsa and corn chips ...
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Its the first time i've seen it.

I put about 700hp through mine for years and it held up just fine. Short of an R302 or A4 or D0ZE, they are the ducks guts..........
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Re: Some nice info and pics on the Mexican block...

that thread is talking about that no 351w were made in mexico .. however i have found several 351W D2 casting available here in australia, the D2 casting indicates a higher nickel content, however i cannot find out where they are produced
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am looking at buying a mexico block-casting number-ECHO-EN MEXICO A 2
whats the going price for a good block -Crack tested and hot tanked (receipts available) .020 thou over.
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Re: Some nice info and pics on the Mexican block...

As Ed Curtis say...

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Yes you can bolt something to a stock block!!!

Bolt a chain to it, so you can hoist it out, and drop in a DART block!

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Yes you can bolt something to a stock block!!!

Bolt a chain to it, so you can hoist it out, and drop in a DART block!

Ed http://www.flowtechinduction.com/
yeah whats the cost for a dart block
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$3000 to $3500
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mexican block-$600
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