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Old 06-04-2010, 05:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Bill Mitchell Merlin 632/800hp (Monster Torque)

I bought this motor a few years back for my competition mud racer. I'm not a pro or anything like that just had an 84 Chevy and wanted big power and that’s what I got with this power plant. Really way more than I needed for the truck I had, Spent most of the time repairing drive lines. Motor doesn’t have much time on it at all, Runs great still in truck so I can run it for you. I had a huge rear mounted radiator so motor has never been hot. It has a MSD off road 6al ignition with rev chip and I had it set about 800 rpm below red line to keep from spiking past the chip in a part failure situation. The only down fall is that the motor was in a mud racer so its stained up from mud if you were going to put it in a car or something you would want to re-polish it. The motor has a March billet pulley kit on it that would with it as well as a 140 amp gm alternator. I’m leaving everything on the motor except for the steering pump, Air cleaner to oil pan. This motor is over 20k the way it sets. All this one needs is a little polishing and you’ll be king of the street. Below I’ll attach the info from Bill Mitchell on the engine specs. If you have any questions let me know and I’ll do my best to get them answered for you. YOU CAN HEAR THE MOTOR RUN. Trucks has a broken front knuckle and is in part out mode but motor is still in truck and in run mode.

This is the street 632. Low Compression pump Gas

Limited Edition Big Block Chevrolet Street Engines
It's hard to beat this “Limited Edition” Hardcore 632 engine for all-out power, tree stump-pulling torque and total reliability. It delivers 800 dyno-tested horsepower on pump gas and everything is covered by a 2-year, 24,000-mile limited warranty.
What's more, reliability is clearly one of the important features of the hot “Limited Edition” engines from Bill Mitchell Hardcore Racing Products. Each engine is individually assembled to racing tolerances by skilled technicians, carefully broken in, then dyno-tested and certified to meet or exceed published performance data. Roller cams and Hardcore blueprinted 4500 series carburetors help give these engines a whopping 775 foot-pounds of torque. This is definitely the “king of the hill” when it comes to powerful, yet reliable street engines. We urge you to compare this to any other “crate engine” on the market today. It stands alone!
Limited Edition Big Block Chevrolet Street Engines
Block: World Merlin III cast iron billet caps
Crankshaft: Callies 4340
Balancer: ATI
Connecting Rods: Eagle H-beam 4340
Pistons: Mahle coated/Manley
Piston Rings: Total Seal
Compression: 10.5:1
Bore/Stroke: 632 c.i.d. = 4.600" x 4.750"
Bearings: Clevite H-bearings
Camshaft: Hardcore solid roller lifter
Timing Chain: Hardcore double roller
Cylinder Heads: World Merlin (aluminum)
Valves: Manley Severe Duty® (2.300" intake, 1.880" exhaust)
Valve Springs: Hardcore
Retainers: Manley
Valve Locks: Manley
Valve Seals: Hardcore
Rocker Arm Studs: Manley
Pushrods: Hardcore 4340 1 pc.
Pushrod Guide Plates: Hardcore
Rocker Arms: Scorpion aluminum rollers
Oil Pan: Moroso
Oil Pump: Melling/Federal Mogul
Assembly Components: Stainless hardware
Intake Manifold: Merlin-X single plane
Carburetor: Hardcore 1050 cfm (4500 type)
Distributor: HEI
Fuel: Pump gas
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Old 06-04-2010, 05:56 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 06-04-2010, 05:58 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Building a new KOH Racer Got to move this motor
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still got the radiator and fan setup? how about the SCS box?
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I do. but going to leave it all together for now. Wanting to put a smaller motor in it and just make a good trail truck out of it.
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Were going wheeling up at yellow creek next weekend.
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Old 12-01-2010, 07:42 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Put that bitch in your KOH car ......


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Old 12-02-2010, 07:54 AM   #14 (permalink)
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Got a supercharged LS-2 for the KOH Racer.. !! Half the weight. and lots smaller and a hell of alot better on fuel. I'd need a 100gal cell for the 632. Sure would be fun though..
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May Consider LS motor as partial trade or trade depending.
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would you be interested in a mild 396 forged pistons dimple rods forged crack rectangle port heads or a built 406 small block aluminum head all forged internal motor
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Not at this time. thanks
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Consider the 632 sold, which Saturday works best for the pickup, 19 or 26 March.
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