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This Chevy Truck Is BAD!

Discussion in 'Car Forum' started by DreamWeaver88, Aug 30, 2005.

  1. DreamWeaver88

    DreamWeaver88 ...............

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  2. streeter69

    streeter69 This is Kewl

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    I like annoying people.
    DW nice ride! What size turbo is that? Is that a 6.0ltr.
    You running billet crank and rods?
    Very nice ride cough*for a cheby*;j
     

  3. DreamWeaver88

    DreamWeaver88 ...............

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    It's not my truck....I only wish it was.

    It's an LS1 engine which is a 350ci I believe. Not sure what size turbo it is.

    DW
     
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    SJRTX Plastic Lover

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    He posts over at LS1 tech. The motor is a 408 stroked iron block. I believe he made those numbers with the stock throttlebody/intake manifold, fuel lines and rails;P
     
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    erict My gas saver...

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    his name is Parish, it's a pretty mean truck.
     
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    Asha'man eat the eat!

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    SJRTX Plastic Lover

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    Its not technically a LS1, but its still an LS based motor. They all share the same basic head/block design, are interchangible, but his block is the iron 6L truck block. When I eventually do the 408 stroker in my car (using the 6L iron block) with AFR heads, it will still be an LS1 if the average person asks. Same goes if I decide to use an aluminum LS2 block to build a 402.