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Looking at a TFX 92 block for an upcoming build. I have heard both good and bad. Anyone on here with experience with the block?
 
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I have two of them. Ran them for years in TA/D. Never issue. Very good piece IMO. I have one in car and one under shelf. Well have three but third has 3 holes and two mains out, not block issue but rods.

If you don't mind me asking what are they asking for it, PM if like.




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Posts: 4239 | Location: Greensboro NC | Registered: May 24, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Oil pans are/we're scarce. Oil return passages or slots over camshaft tunnel are not large enough for screw blowers. TFX-92 blocks require an RCD front cover and drive. A KB style made by others like caselle won't fit. Be sure to coordinate the deck oil orifices to match your application and oil type. Been 20 yrs since we ran one but that's what I remember for now...
 
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Forgot they are raised cam block and require a 48* cam. You can either drill or machine lifter valley for more return, no big deal there. Wizard's Warehouse has oil pans or did year ago.




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