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Well I just got done setting up my new Goodwrench engine and here is my combo:

-GM goodwrench shortblock (part number 10067353
-Trickflow 420hp top end kit: http://www.trickflow.com/partdetail.asp?part=TFS-K314-420-395&view=1&N=400098+150+
-Edelbrock RPM Air Gap Intake Manifold
-Holley 4160 750cfm Carburetor
-3000RPM stall converter

I know that the steel crankshaft, powdered connecting rods, and hypereutectic dish pistons can take the power, but will I have to worry about the rear main seal since it is a 2 piece?
 

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as long as its installed properly it wont be a problem...
 

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How much did you spend in total if you dont mind me asking? Also where did you order it all from?
I picked up the GM Goodwrench engine at a local dealership for $1,600 out the door, sold the heads on craigslist for $180, sold the camshaft, lifters, rockers, and pushrods on craigslist as well for $50.00. I found the top end kit on ampperformance.com for $1,695.99 So I had Summit Racing price match the kit. I had everything else from my old engine that I just swapped over, so I didn't need to buy any other parts. After everything was said and done I was only out a litte over $3,000. Not to bad for a reliable 420hp.
 
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