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    Smile 60* Inclusive Feedback - 3500 Kit

    Last week I recieved the 3500 top end kit that I purchased from 60* Inclusive. All I can say is that I'm very pleased with what I got.
    John(ForcedFirebird) worked very hard in cleaning up and reconditioning the top end for my turbo motor build. He got me what I need to get this job done. I much prefered doing it this way rather than trying to track down and piece-meal a top end together from seperate sources and then also have to clean it up and rebuild it.
    John has the equipment to get the job done and a supplier of nice low mileage 3500s.
    He also offeres different levels of upgrades for these parts.

    Here are some teaser pics of the parts next to the 3.4L top end off of my car:




    Pics from the working as it progressed are on John's album:
    http://s158.photobucket.com/albums/t...e_top_view_all

    Now I just need to build the short block and get these suckers going!
    Wayne

    '94 3.4L V6 Camaro 5-spd, Custom TO4E-T3 Turbo/Intercooler Setup
    Megasquirt Stand-alone EFI: fuel and ignition timing
    My Megasquirt 3.4L F-body Install Guide: http://www.turbocamaroproject.com/me...tallGuide.html

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    This looks like a great package.
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    Don't know how I missed this thread

    Thank you all the same

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    Hey John. I just Paypall"ed you the money for the full 3500 motor w/porting, and additional head work. I look forward to recieving the goods later on next week. Ill be sure and post lots of pics after I pick it up from the frieght yard. I couldnt be happier!!

    Ive already ordered the custom boost cam and double roller chain. Im still short of con-rods and push rods, but those are comming next paycheck.

    P.S. thanks for the extra effort you're giving, I really appreciate it.
    Gonna be quiet again for a little while, so show some patience. It will be worth the wait.
    ...I promise you



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    Quote Originally Posted by Driver_10 View Post
    Hey John. I just Paypall"ed you the money for the full 3500 motor w/porting, and additional head work. I look forward to recieving the goods later on next week. Ill be sure and post lots of pics after I pick it up from the frieght yard. I couldnt be happier!!

    Ive already ordered the custom boost cam and double roller chain. Im still short of con-rods and push rods, but those are comming next paycheck.

    P.S. thanks for the extra effort you're giving, I really appreciate it.
    Another 60* Inclusive victim

    Let's smoke some competition

    John (Driver_10), got the same setup as Wayne (turboproject), but he optioned to have the block/crank sent as well. So, John, you gonna make 2 sets of 3500 motor mounts when you install the block --- only so I can copy them, of course . We have a member here running a 13 flat in a 3500 powered Cavalier Naturally Aspirated....


    ...do you realize what the would mean in a RWD Fbody???

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    I believe that the 3400 and 3500 mounting flanges are similar between bothe blocks. Otherwise j-body owners wouldnt be doing full 3500 swaps in thier cars. The mounts that I designed when I did my first 3400 swap can be hopefully reused. Ive still got a crap load of work to just to get the cars flood damage repaired.

    Heres a brief list of the goodies

    Schnieder Cams (roller w 3-bolt flange) 270 ex 260 in @.050 .528 lift 114* LCL (2500-7000 rpms)
    Cloyes adjustable "double-roller" timing chain
    Eagle "ESP" H-BEAM 2.250 5.7in. bushed con-rods
    (rated at 700 hp x8000rpms)
    Crane sollid roller lifters
    Crower 1.6:1 cromemoly roller rocker-arms w/adapter studs
    Weisco forged (dish-top) pistons with .020 overbore (8.5:1 CR)
    ARP studs and fasteners all around
    "60 Degree Inclusive" 3500 flow-matched and ported heads w/ intake
    "60 Degree Inclusive" 3500 block and Steel crank
    "60 Degree Inclusive" Custom accessory brackets

    And thats just the engine!
    Gonna be quiet again for a little while, so show some patience. It will be worth the wait.
    ...I promise you



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