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Is there anyway that someone can tell if this is a Bowtie block fro the pics? Thanks!



 

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OK I was pretty sure it was, I just though the "184" was just part of a number not the whole thing. Thanks guys!!!
 

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Sure is a bowtie block should have a bowtie on the side of it
 

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Wow!!
 

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Wow. I think that qualifies as a catastrophic failure. Damn.
 

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It was a roundy motor and the bowties had been ground off..lol so all things equal one motor is a dart the other a bowtie but 500 more for the dart. Which one would u buy. Heavy nitrous motor looking for 5.30's. Thanks!
 

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It was a roundy motor and the bowties had been ground off..lol so all things equal one motor is a dart the other a bowtie but 500 more for the dart. Which one would u buy. Heavy nitrous motor looking for 5.30's. Thanks!
Dart all the way.
 

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A Dart block is definatly a stronger block than a Bowtie block. It is also heavier. I would pick a Dart block over a Bowtie block if given a choice. Now as far as picking an entire engine over another I would need more info.
 

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What does that mean Chris? Sorry not an engine builder. I will post a link of both motors when I get home and u guys can help me choose if u don't mind helping
 
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