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Dart block?

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by SCCAEK21, Sep 24, 2009.

  1. SCCAEK21

    SCCAEK21 New Member

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    Has anyone used a dart block? If so, any coments.
     
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    i have not but ive heard nothing but great things about them
     
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    I havent either but this blocks can take anything you can throught at them. unless your building a full race car i would just get a sleeved block to save money
     
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    DESPAIN yep....mmhhm.......yep...

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    where at in texas are you located?
     
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    If you think about it its really allmost the best bang for the buck. Figure buying a block then shipping it to get sleeved, its almost the same price. Thats what I've seen, I've also heard great things about them I just dont see or hear of a lot of people using them, thats why I was curious.
     
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    same here. And you make a good point "best bang for the buck" but at the same time instead of buying another block having it shipped then sending it to a shop to get sleeved & shit you just get exactly what you want with less of a wait. If you get the dart block let us know how it goes.:D
     
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    honestly i couldnt see spending the 2500+ dollars for a bare block..
    but i have heard nothing but the best for them
     
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    Mopar muscle guys have been using Dart for years and they were/are pretty much the go-to guys for quality race performance blocks. If they put as much tech and care into their Honda blocks (which id almost guarantee that they do)then id definetly recommend looking into them if you plan on serious power. If not its not totally necessary.
     
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    i think it would be a good investment...... what is the site you are buying it from?? link/??
     
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    if you need em, i've got a place i can send you.
     
  12. DESPAIN

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    I dont plan on buying one anytime soon. But eventually i would like to get one. I am running the h22 gold series -7cc dish pistons now and they seem to work great. But i would like to have a sleeved block, being i have the h22
     
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