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Old 10-15-2004, 03:15 PM   #1
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Default Anyone figured out the max bore you can go on LS2 yet

Just curious if anyone has tanted with the block yet. I would like to know if it would take .040 myself

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That ain't gunna happen. It'll prolly be the same as the LS-6 blocks. .005-.010" max. When you gunna hook me up with some of them proted heads and some thirteen fourths headers?
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i want a set of 13/4 grots too!!!!!!!! and put me in line for a cardon fiber lid while yer at it!!!

Beast....when do you think they will start resleeving these LS2 blocks?
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Ill hook you up once you decide to get off your lazy *** and install all the other go fast parts you been sitting on in your living room for a year now.
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The Gen3 motors use the same bore spacing as every other SBC. The Gen4 uses the same heads as the Gen3 and many other same dimensions. So we are limited to the 4.440" bore spacing. SO far people have gone 4.250" with Gen1 motors (World Products Motown) so I'm assuming that can be done with the Gen3/4 as soon as somebody makes a gasket that works.
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