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  1. #41
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    nothing new here , been going on since the first 602 hit the track.....

  2. #42
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    What is the cost of each , undressed?

  3. #43
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    Quote Originally Posted by CCHIEF View Post
    What is the cost of each , undressed?
    That's the cheap part!

    A 602 race ready from Hendren is $8700!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZERO25 View Post
    Explain......Ive never heard anything about Hendren building illegal crates!
    They are not illegal in the “Fuel” series. They do not meet GM specs. They have different rods, pistons,pin height, oil pump, gaskets etc...... Fuel and Southern Late Model accept this rebuild, making a stock 525 useless. Not sure if Topless Outlaw series does this or not. Call Hendren, he will tell you it is a ls style but doesn’t meet GM specs. Welcome to sealed engines

  5. #45
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    525 must meet GM specs in Topless Outlaw Series

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    Quote Originally Posted by perfconn View Post
    525 must meet GM specs in Topless Outlaw Series
    So Hendrens Fuel series motor is wrong? I know last year they let it run?

  7. #47
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    A 525 that doesn't meet GM specs isn't a 525 is it?
    BUCKLE UP NOW, YA HEAR?

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    Quote Originally Posted by let-r-eat View Post
    A 525 that doesn't meet GM specs isn't a 525 is it?
    In the southeast there is a “fuel” series 525. Look at fuel rules, call Kenny Lamb, he wrote the rule and was the original “series “ rebuilder. Then Hendren got in the game and some “mistakes” (rod,piston height,etc...) took place, so rather than say no those motors are wrong, fuel and a lot of tracks just adopted the nonconforming 525. So in a nutshell in the southeast a 525 does not always have to meet GM specs

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