Join Date: Jun 2014
Location: Fort Pierce, FL
iTrader: 3 reviews
That's pretty much what I'm looking at right now for stock parts and labor alone.
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MPR has a pretty good reputation as well, if you can hold out that long. IDK if you have the option, but you may be able to get a used stock longblock, from a junkyard, on the cheap to hold you over if need be. If you are pulling the engine yourself anyways then it won't be to hard to drop a stock replacement in. Would also keep the car running and driving while your new engine is built.
2003 Redfire & Black V6. Full suspension, 8.8 w/ 4.10s, tuned. 4.3L built for turbo + turbo capable of 550 hp on the way
DD: 2015 SHO PP, CAI, Axlebacks, Tune,blacked out/AMR wheels. 12.87 @107 1/4 mile (1.8 60')