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    Default 1973 International Scout II 4x4 Built Engine

    1973 International Scout II 4x4 $7999 OBO
    Built 345 (original Engine)
    -Bored .030
    -Isky Cam (270 duration .490 lift int/exh)
    -Angle Milled Heads
    -9.56:1 Compression
    -Intake and Exhaust ports opened
    -5 angle valve job
    -Pistons and rods balanced within 1 gram
    -All machine work done by Al Pitre Race Engines of Mandeville, LA
    -High Pressure electric fuel pump
    -Automatic converted to wide ratio 4 speed [6.32:1 First Gear] (still have original automatic)
    -New driveshaft and U-Joints
    -New Seals in Transfer case
    -Pow-R-Lok Rear differential
    -3.73:1 Gear Ratio
    -Full 3 Inch Exhaust from header back: Flowmaster Super 40 Mufflers
    -Stan's Headers in Chrome (Best brand header for an International)
    -Inside has been Rhino Lined
    -trim and badges have been removed for paint prep, still have them all
    -New upholstery if desired
    -Only ran Rotella T with Lucas Racing additive and K&N racing oil filter
    -Oil recently changed
    -New Water Pump
    -Have functioning compressor for AC
    -Kept indoors from 2006-2012

    Contact me at: nine eight five - 788 - five three eight five
    text or call
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    Last edited by shaines; 06-08-2013 at 12:35 PM.

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    so your in slidell,La. ? at least that's what your phone # come's up in. jeff

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    Sorry for not disclosing that in the first post. Yes, I am located in slidell louisiana

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    I's sorry this is off topic, but I'm only lurking on this forum, so I'm not allowed to send PMs :-(

    I wonder, the engine in that truck you have here. It has close to 10:1 compression ratio and the Isky 270-270 cam. How do you think it runs? I'm building a 392 at the moment and trying to pick the best cam for it, but very unsure of how this 270-270 cam behaves. You don't happen to have run it on a dyno and got some real numbers do you.... :-)

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    also how do you get a 5 angle grind job on the heads & valves ? never heard of anything more than a 3 angle ? are you meaning 3 angle's on seat surface an 2 on valves ? jeff

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