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 Post subject: 23° VS SB2.2
 Post Posted: Mon Jul 28, 2008 6:23 pm 
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For entertainment purposes only.

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That is the first time I have ever seen them. I've heard about them but never seen one. O:)

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 Post Posted: Mon Jul 28, 2008 6:55 pm 
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Never thought about it, have you weighed the two? I'll have to pull one out of the box and weigh it.


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Mark when we pulled the filled OEM 400 billet cap 23° engine and dropped in the Little M SB2 headed motor we gained 70 pounds!  O:)


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WR169 wrote:
That is the first time I have ever seen them. I've heard about them but never seen one. O:)


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I have plenty of photos.
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This is what a 585 gram 3000.00 rod looks like.
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 Post Posted: Mon Jul 28, 2008 10:57 pm 
 
I would like to know were to get the SB2 valve covers at buying in quantity i get a lot of calls for those things


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 Post Posted: Tue Jul 29, 2008 1:27 am 
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Ron, there is a guy that sells them on e-bay @ $160. And 70 more pounds is now starting to make sense as to why mine isn't as fast as I expected. It makes mine more than 200 lbs more than Charlies car.


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Mark,
Put the intake on a scale. It's 19 pounds not including the valley tray!


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We got our valve covers and Oil Pan from Mickey Williams. Great pieces.
http://www.williamsperformance.com/


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 Post Posted: Tue Jul 29, 2008 6:38 am 
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Great pictures \:D/  \:D/  \:D/  \:D/  Those are some inpressive looking engines.

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I think my computer is gonna short out from all the drool.......  Pretty cool to see the heads compared side by side..........Other than the weight difference, how much difference in HP was there, given the same shortblock?


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Forgot to ask, who made your rods?  I'm assuming they are Ti?

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My 447 SB2 picked up around .7 over my 427 with 23˚11X heads. Never dyno'ed the old engine, new one at 830. Putting pieces together for an AL block 460ci with new unmachined castings at RFD. The 100lb savings, better heads (not cup takeoffs), a little more cam, and a few more ci will hopefully perk it up. =;


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 Post Posted: Tue Jul 29, 2008 2:48 pm 
 
Scott Smith wrote:
We got our valve covers and Oil Pan from Mickey Williams. Great pieces.
http://www.williamsperformance.com/


Thanks Scott i called them and they are sending me there dealer app.
And there catalog .


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Ron my wet sump external pump is one of the baddest oil pans I have ever seen.
I wish I had taken pictures to show ya.


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