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I know this is a for sale thread, but the ones interested are in here. This was my Dad's engine, he passed away a year ago or so.
ALL PARTS NEW UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, SHIPPING NOT INCLUDED.
This setup with a turbo, spray or blower can make over 1000 HP easily, I am never going to finish it.
LT1 block, modified by LSM Systems Engineering it's ready to assemble, almost $3,000 in machine work, Pro-Gram billet main caps, ARP studs, clearanced for 383, roller cam bearings, oil system modified to street drive this setup, zero deck. Have receipts for LSM's machine work, was $2200 I think, it had $500 worth done before it went to them. ** PLEASE READ BELOW ABOUT THIS BLOCK**
LSM Systems Engineering solid roller cam for this setup, originally setup for spray but the cam will work well with any power adder.
LOBE LIFT, multiply by rocker ratio to get gross lift. INTAKE .425, EX .420, 112*lSA, Duration @.050 INTAKE .261, EX .258.....41 degrees overlap.
MELLING # M155HV, blueprinted, safety wired, hardened shaft, ARP stud, Canton pickup bolted on.
Sheet Metal valvecovers, notched for alternator(2 bolts missing)
CROWER solid roller lifters, 2 sets
#66290 assembled but never run
#66292 dyno time only
SCHUBECK composite roller lifters, no pin the roller runs on a film of oil....HIGH DOLLAR, these were $1100 when purchased.
****ABOUT THIS BLOCK****
The lifter bores have been cut and notched for the Schubeck lifters, they can be bushed to run the Crowers or any conventional lifter, I confirmed this with my machinist if you don't want to run the Schubeck lifters.