Built 4.6L 4V Motor Long Block

Shane97Cobra

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Complete Long Block

-Short Block
9.2:1 compression for boost
Teskid Block .020 over
Cobra forged crank
Manley H-Beam Rods
ARP 2000 rod bolts
Manley/MMR -11cc Dish Pistons
ARP Main Studs
ARP Head Studs
Melling billet high flow pump
Stamped Steel timing trigger
Stock pan with oil return bung welded on

- Heads
Sean Hyland Stage II Ported B-Heads
SHM double valve springs
SHM Stainless Valves
Ford GT Supercar Cams
Plug holes are helicoiled
MLS Head gaskets

- Chains where all replaced when it was built
- Motor was built in spring of 2008, very limited street miles. Used till July of 2008 when I started having ignition issues. Since then the car has 3 passes and about 10 dyno pulls on it.
- In car and can hear run. Will do compression and leak down tests for buyer to prove it is solid

$3500
 
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Shane97Cobra

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Who built it and have any pics?
The shortblock was built by Paul Knippen (Knippen Muscle Motors) in Yorkville. He is a one man shop and very meticulous. He has built Pratt's motors and lots of other high HP engines in the area.

I can take pics, but they will be of it in the car. The engine is still in the car, not pulling till I have a serious buyer so they can see/hear it run.
 

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Im assuming it looks like a basic 97 motor, same intake??
 
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Im assuming it looks like a basic 97 motor, same intake??
Correct, looks like a stock 1996-1998 engine. Has my stock timing cover and cam covers on it.

No intake included at that price.

I have a HCI intake on the car. HCI was an aftermarket intake made for a few years for the 96-98 B Heads. From the top it looks like a stock intake, but other than that there is nothign stock about it. The intake has a small plenum and big runners. It works best for boosted applications or high RPM N/A. These intakes where over $2,000 new. I am going to sell it for $600.
 

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