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Keith Craft 482 FE Pond Aluminum Street Crate Engine

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For Sale Keith Craft 482 Pond Aluminum Engine. Upgraded steel crank and H-beam rods. I am selling this new, never run engine (dyno'd by Keith) to free up some assets for my business. It has been properly stored in climate controlled storage. I asked Keith for a super reliable cam combo thus the HP/Torque numbers. A simple cam swap will get you over 600HP if that is your goal. Over $18,000 invested. I have other parts that can be purchased at great savings with the engine but will not sell separately: Quicktime Bellhousing with Forte's Billet Hydraulic External Slave kit, alum flywheel, Holley HP 950, Turkey Pan, Tremec TKO, etc.... Buyer should have funds ready for immediate purchase. Shipping not included but my company has good discounts with many freight companies.
Horsepower: 580
Torque: 606 ft/lbs
Block: Fully Machined Pond Aluminum Block
Crankshaft: 4340 Steel Crankshaft ($300 option)
Connecting Rods: H-Beam Rods ($100 option)
Pistons: Diamond Forged
Timing Chain: Ford Motorsport Double Roller
Camshaft: Comp Cams Custom Hydraulic Roller
Lifters: Morel Hydraulic Roller
Cylinder Heads: Edelbrock Stage II CNC
Valves: SI 2.19/1.75
Rocker Arms: Erson Roller
Intake: Edelbrock Performer RPM Port Matched
Waterpump: Edelbrock Aluminum
Valve Covers: Blue Thunder Cast Alum ($250 option)
Wire Looms: Smoothie
Oil Pump: Melling High Volume
Oil Pan: Canton Road Race Baffled
Balancer: Professional Products SFI
Ignition: Summit Racing (correct gear for roller cam) w/Keith Craft Logo Moroso Plug Wires - Summit Racing SUM-850309 - Summit Racing Street & Strip® Ready-to-Run Billet Distributors - Overview - SummitRacing.com
Gaskets: Felpro
Fasteners: ARP
Compression: 10:1
Timing: 39 Degrees @ Full Advance
Dyno: Full Test and Tune on SF902 Dyno
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