Generation IV Internal Engine - big cubes on a budged,




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Thule
10-18-2007, 09:52 AM
im not even done fine tuning and finishing my 346cid H/C/I- W/90mm stage3 wet kit and racetronix fuel system,

my problem is that.. though the 346cid is realy fast.. and sounds as agressive as Fu*k it is just not as big as i realy want,

im not sure what to do, but i know i want big cubes,

options i've bin thinking about,

get a block i can use my patriot stageII ls6 heads on, 59cc

i also got a FAST90/90 combo, full racetronix system, HS rolle rockers and more and more, so i basycly just need a long block,

wouldn't it be best for me to sell my stageII heads and purchase new ones along with the new block?

most tell me that best budged block is the 408,

what amount of money can i build a good 408 for?

it must have forged internals, i will shoot at least 250 shoot on it,

hope for some good answersm

thanks alot!


Thule
10-18-2007, 09:55 AM
also.. i am realu impressed by the LSX blocks, 418cid and 434,

who here builds longblocks at good prices?

jermzz
10-18-2007, 10:08 AM
http://www.texas-speed.com
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http://www.w2wpowertrain.com
http://www.lmperformance.com
http://www.katechengines.com
http://www.latemodelengines.com
http://www.cartek.net
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:D The list goes on ----------------------------------------------------------------------->


Stang's Bane
10-18-2007, 10:36 AM
All sponsors are not created equal.....lol

WeberRacingEquipment
10-18-2007, 10:41 AM
www.weberracingengines.com

We have been open for over 35 years building everything from restoration numbers matching small blocks to 3000 HP blown big blocks!!

Thule
10-18-2007, 11:15 AM
i am veru interested in all of this,

one thing i like,

how would the aliminium ZL402 SLP block, with AFR's 225 some nice cam, and FAST90/90 be? and 250shot,

the zl402 seems to be a tgood prices, and i like the aliminium blocks better

Chicago Crew UnderBoss
10-20-2007, 11:43 PM
All sponsors are not created equal.....lol


ISN'T that the truth! If I knew what I knew now, I would have saved thousands of dollars! :bang::bang::bang: You get what you pay for, and make sure you research THE SHIT out of the vendor your going with, as many of them slap together a motor without checking all the clearances and tolerances that they would have you believe they checked (b/c) they simply can't check all those tolerances/clearances and offer you the motor for the price they are offering.

I would go with ERIK KOENIG of HK Racing if i were you, if you want the best, at a very competitive price!