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Old 03-06-2014, 08:40 PM
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5.4L Parts Cost

Long story but I got my hands on basically a long block kit not assembled for nothing. All the components are machined (crankshaft, heads, block) and wrapped up for storage. It also came with oil pan, oil pump, complete gasket set, piston ring set, main and rod bearing sets, head bolt sets for both heads, timing cover set and rear main seal.
Supposedly it's a 2000-2001 supercharged 5.4L but I'm not sure if that's 100% accurate info. Anything I can check for to confirm what it is?

Now I have no use for this as I don't run anything that new, so I was going to list it up for sale locally.
I went through summit racing and added up the parts (minus the heads and block) and the total comes up to about $1000, but that's brand new prices.
I hate to be one of those people that asks because it's so varied from place to place but what would be a good ball part to list all this stuff at?
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Are the pistons dished or flat top? Dished would probably mean they are low compression for a supercharged engine. I would start around $750 and see how it goes.
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It didn't come with con. rods or pistons. Not sure why those are missing but those, timing cover and the cams are missing. I haven't gotten a great look at everything on the pallet but I'm going through it tomorrow, so I'll have a complete list tomorrow.
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Well I got to check out everything in greater detail today and get some pictures. The gasket set said 2000-2001 5.4L except supercharged versions. So that answers that question.
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