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1 Sep 2017
For sale 243 LS6 Heads ported by Advanced Induction. BTR dual springs with titanium retainers rated for 0.660" lift ($300 upgrade). 58cc chambers. Very low miles; a few hours on the dyno, a trip to work, and a few trips around town. I had block problems and now I'm building an LS3. Price is $1600+shippinig, firm.

Pistons from the same engine. Mahle PN LS1314898F04, 346 cu/in, 3.898” bore, stock stroke, 6.125” rods, -4cc valve reliefs. There are some very light scratches on the skirts otherwise you wouldn’t know that they were ran in an engine.
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27 Aug 2017
Brand new never ran GM 12612289 pump. This is the L92 pump which is 33% higher volume than the standard LS pump. $75 shipped

12 Nov 2014
I have a chance at getting an old lathe from work for a good price but it needs 3 phase power. Below is the tag on the machine:


I've read this article on Making Three Phase Machines Work in a Single Phase Shop

It sounds like I have 3 options for phase converters, a static converter being the lowest cost option. Problem with it is in cuts the power in 1/3 and needs to be sized properly for the motor it runs. Not sure if this would work for me or not.

Not sure on exact cost of the lathe but I'm figuring around $3-500. It's not a great machine but is good enough for making spacers and other odds and ends. It is manual (no CNC), the 3 jaw isn't true, the tool holder base has some stripped threads that make it hard to get it locked down rigid etc. There are some odds and ends tools that come with it (ball bearing tail stock, 4 jaw, etc and quite a few other things that I'll probably never use). Size is around 36" not sure on the throw. So given the cost of the machine and its condition I don't want to sink a ton of money into correcting the phase.

Looking for guidance from anyone who might have been through this before.
13 May 2014
I have a pair of factory zo6 front wheels, 17x9.5, Speedline, professionally painted by Ice Nine Customs a semi gloss(or is it satin?) charcoal color. I would rate the condition as near perfect. A pampered 14k miles, I saw the original tires.




^proof that they were painted, not powder coated


$350+shipping from 48326. I might need a little time to find a box and get them out so hopefully you can be patient with me about shipping.
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