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Old 04-22-2016, 03:10 PM   #1
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Default M50 Swap with Free M54 Block and Rotating assembly

Buying a M50 swap DD beater and seller is offering to include 3.0 rotating assembly and M54 block. From what I've read most stroker builds retain the M50 block.

My Question is: Do I take the block also, or just rotating assembly? Also whats average cost to just dropping in the rotating assembly?

Been reading a lot of the stroker builds but I'm not in a place right now to do the build myself, and 180hp ti seems pretty good to zip back and forth to work.

Note: buying this vehicle out of state and driving it back 10 hours. Everything seller will include must fit in the ol hatchback. Already including 2 extra sport seats so my space is a bit limited.
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You need crank, rod and pistons, if available take intake camshaft, it has more lift. Cost depends on builder, somewhat same as full engine rebuild
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