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Old 12-24-2008, 03:37 AM   #1
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As above what will I need to turn it so high??


So far I have GMPP Racing lifters.

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Better/stronger valve springs as well.

And this might be better off placed/asked in the Internal Engine section as well.
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ahh poop sorry
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i moved it for you.

get some katech rod bolts. and good valvetrain componets. I spun my ls2 with l92's on it to 7500+
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i moved it for you.

get some katech rod bolts. and good valvetrain componets. I spun my ls2 with l92's on it to 7500+
standard short with rod bolts?
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standard short with rod bolts?
stock bottom end other than the katech rod bolts. also had ls7 lifters, comp pushrods, patriot extremes, and i even had the heavier l92 valves.
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stock bottom end other than the katech rod bolts. also had ls7 lifters, comp pushrods, patriot extremes, and i even had the heavier l92 valves.
Thanks for sharing-

not bashing- katech rod bolts vs arp?
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With good rod bolts and Valvetrain it sould be easy I spun my old LS1 with STOCK BOTTMEND all the way to 7200rpm
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Same as the above post here. Stock bottom LS1 with Katech's needed 7200 to get thru the beams (and still touched the limiter set at 7200). My current project an LS2 will utilize another stock rotating assembly with good rodbolts.
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In order have increasing hp up to that rpm you will need some special intake.
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