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    B280F Engine parts

    Finally letting some of my B280F stuff go:

    Complete Volvo B280F 2.8 Pistons, liners, rings, rods & pins. All assembled. Low mileage. Set of 6- $1000
    Two Even-fire crankshafts $500 ea
    2 or 3 EFI manifolds $200 ea
    Fuel rail $150
    Oil cooler/heat exchanger kit (Exchanger, center oil filter bolt, block pipe with bolt, return pipe with exchanger nipple) $250
    Set of even-fire camshafts $250
    I have assorted timing covers, valve covers and other hardware, and possibly more that I'm not remembering I even have so I will update this as I go through the parts.

    Pricing is based on past or current parts prices where available but feel free to make an offer on this stuff. I will provide pictures soon.
    -----Dan B.

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    -----Dan B.

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    Also for those of you who are interested in doing an EFI conversion, I have a full engine wiring harness for the B280F / 780 Volvo Bertone. Cut off the tape/wrap and use the harness painlessly to splice into your computer harness - no need to buy connectors for injectors, etc.
    -----Dan B.

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    Here are some photos of just some of the parts I have stored. If you need more photos of a specific item let me know. The pistons are from a B280F, they're stained and have some rust stains but do not seem to be pitted but they may have some scoring. I've run these liner/pistons and they didn't give me any trouble. My plan was to get them bored out and use different pistons. The liners are solid and don't have any issues on the water side. The rest of the parts are dirty but will be cleaned up should you want to purchase something. Please let me reiterate that these are B280F parts, these are even-fire, efi parts and not stock. Also before I forget, I only have 3 of the 4 camshafts pictured because the last one is still installed in a head - there are two complete sets of camshafts.
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    -----Dan B.

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    Perfect time while the snow is falling and the garage is warm to do an EFI conversion!
    -----Dan B.

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    Here is a picture of the coolers and what makes the crankshaft even-fire instead of odd. I've been asked what is the difference, below you can see the split journals on the even crank, odd will be one solid journal.

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    -----Dan B.

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    Bump. I forgot I even posted this.
    -----Dan B.

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