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86 944 turbo bare block - $175 + shipping

86 turbo block, no pistons/rods/head/oilpan, etc. Crank is still in - I was planning on pulling it out - we can discuss if needed.

$175 + shipping. This was in my car for 130k miles, still running when pulled, bores are good. There was some jbweld applied to the balance shaft plug many years ago to stop it from leaking...thats what happens when you let a 911 guy touch your car Has no cracks..just had a bad seal. A dremel could make quick work of removing it.

Let me know if you have any questions.

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Sam
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Old 02-13-2009, 11:34 AM
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bump obo
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you know the Turbo block is the same as an NA block
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um ok...? If it was from an n/a I would list that - some people like to know details.

And I dont think the n/a balance shaft housing has a spot for the turbo oil feed.
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how much does it weigh?
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Not sure exactly, Im sure someone around here knows roughly what a block weighs though.
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what size are the bores? there should be a number stamped in the block above each cylinder. either a 0,1, or a 2. I am looking for a 0 and how much more for the crank?
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Its a "1", if someone wants the crank I could leave it in.
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