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Old 06-08-2012, 07:00 PM   #1
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Default stock 6.0L bottom end shift points

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How high are you guys revving your stock bottom end 6.0's. I picked up a ly6 and am wondering what is a safe rpm limit. I will probably put Katech rod bolts in for extra insurance. I am wondering where you guys are shifting your stock short block motors at, with or with out upgraded rod bolts.

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Mine isn't running just yet, but check out Mast Motorsports ly6 testing. They shift at 7k with no valve float. These iron block bottom ends are pretty solid with stock bolts.
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