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Old 04-18-2007, 09:29 PM   #1
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My 92 ssei put a rod thru the block and oil pan. I have a nonsupercharged 92 bonny parts car - Can i use the block or am i wasting my time?
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Block yes. Parts of the pistons are different, though.
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thats positive! do you know if the cranks are the same? and rods?
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I don't personally know all the specifics, but it appears the block and crank are interchangable.

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...&highlight=l27
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I have been surfing net for specs for both no luck yet! at least i can get started pulln and tearn down blocks and can mic the guts. use what matches and replace pistons and rods do you know a reliable place to purchase rebuild kit?
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I don't know where you can order parts, but maybe these people can help:

http://www.goppt.com:8080/ppt-web/catalog

I recently bought a reman long block from them. They are in Missouri.
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Recently..(past summer) we had a member swap from an SC block to an non SC block. He hasn't driven it much yet..and I'm not sure I'd advise it.

Look up Sandrock, or Jinx..lol
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Was it a bare block with SC internals or a short block?
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Im sure the sc has flat top pistons and beefed up rods. hopefullly with a 30 over bore done to the non sc block and using new sc pistons and rods will add a few more horses. i will search for a scat crank "just incase" is it easier to pull motor up or drop the sub frams out bottom?
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I plan on plucking mine from the top.
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