Discussion in 'Engine & Drivetrain' started by donjetman, Jul 13, 2019.
Scanning through the text in the link before I clicked, I was like "meh" when I saw "1200 hp...twin turbo LS...". Then I put it all together and popped a chubby.
Oh hell yeah.
Just saw the video the other day, pretty incredible if you ask me.
Granted its a prototype but, I'd love to know the breakdown of components used for that build. Talk about stout.
cool article, curious how they got down to 260 cubic inches?
EDIT: Found the answer on their FB page...
Nelson Racing Engines: 3.890 bore 2.725 stroke
so it looks like a 4.8/5.3 block bored out to 3.890 with aftermarket crank with 2.725 stroke
I need to loop this sound so I can listen to it at night while falling asleep instead of my rain storm app.
wow, slick build & test
Lol, I'm sure your wife would love that!
knew it had to be for a boat with the 5 min long dyno
lsx block comes rough @ 3.880 bore not that theres any reason i should know this or anything
that is amazing, to perceive what the lifters/rockers/cam or cams? and plain bearing crank/rods are enduring im in disbelief? say goodby to big blocks?
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