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complete lt1 and t56

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I have a 1995 camaro z28 im parting out to fund an ls1 swap. motor from a 1996 pontiac has under 30k miles have foster auto parts receipt and car fax report to show milege and cost (3000+$) i would like to sell it complete only for now with the t56. i have pics i will be adding as i find them. stock bottom end with CLOYES S505 true double roller timing chain, hot cam, ls6 lifters, scorpion roller rockers, meziere elec water pump, VICTOR REINZ 5898 head gaskets with fel pro head bolts, hd meling oil pump with high pressure spring (80 ps1 cold) not sure hot because i haven't driven more than a mile or two. chromoly flywheel, ac delco master cyl ACD174-1072, lt4 knock module, pcm for less tune on the computer, slp 160 thermostat, slp stainless steel mid length headers and custom y pipe made local at punks exhaust, remflex exhaust gaskets, egr delete plates, power steering delete alt relocation bracket (car has only one small belt for alt now), alex springs good for 625 lift, new valve stem seals. new upgraded injectors, new front seal and rear main seal, still has foster auto parts warranty tabs on block and heads. stage three competition clutch motor and trans are in the car right now but and runs and drives. t56 has a rebuild tag on it but not sure of date or miles. only issue with motor is the pushrod length is a bit long and kinda sounds like a sewing machine.I,m sure im forgetting some stuff so i may add to this later. looking to trade for a lq9, lq4, ls1 or 5.3 long block with low miles. also have all the stock 30k parts like ac, power steering pump ect that can go with it. can text more pics or video of it running and oil pressure and temp. Looking to get 2000$. feel free to call or text me at 518-879-8153. Thanks, ken
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