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l67 for sale

FlyinGTP

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This is a complete rotating assembly and block l67. the motor is a 1999 production motor originally from a 1999 bonnieville ssei. the stock cam is still installed with stock timing chain and oil pan. Mainly because i never got around to removing it. None of the pistons are chipped they are in very good condition. This motor also has arp head studs installed and also comes with the arp nuts and washers for the studs. Now for the important stuff. the motor was in a car running when i purchased it. i saw it run and the previous owner allowed me to do a oil pressure test and compression test on the motor. It has 48,000 miles on it complete with stock bearings. The oil pressure was 75psi upon cold start up. once up to operating temp it was 54psi at idle. the compression numbers are as follows
1. 178
2. 177
3. 177
4. 176
5. 178
6. 177

the motor ran strong when it was installed in the car and also didn't leak. I have never run this motor in my car. i picked it up as a back motor in case i had some catastrophic engine failure. It does not have heads on it or a timing cover, these were removed before final purchase after compression and oil tests were performed. It has since been sealed in plastic to protect it while stored with oil on the cylinder walls. i regularly oiled the cylinder walls to keep it turn key ready. Also the block is painted aluminum Grey to make any leaks that may develop easier to find (at least that is why i paint my blocks Grey).

as i have said i've only had this motor a very short time. However i'm selling it as my project has taken a different turn and will no longer be a suitable back up motor. I'm looking to get around $800 obo however i'm not to sure of the going rate for a well working l67. However if you interested give me a call and we will come to a compromise. This is for pick up only.




 
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FlyinGTP

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i was just informed that my price was way off. like i said didn't know what they go for. the price is now 650 obo. going rate of motors plus head stud kit.
 

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