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Old 03-02-2011, 03:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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The best way to get 500+rwhp N/A from a LS1 or LS2?

I am purchasing a 04-06 GTO this year and I would like to know
from the knowledgable people here what is the best or easy way
to get 500+ rwhp from a LS1 or LS2 engine N/A? Is a head/cam/
intake combo a must to achieve this goal? If so,what head/cam/
intake combo do you subjest? Links? Also what mods are the most
affective N/A on the LS1 and LS2 engines?
I'm looking to give my friends 08 Roush 427R a run at the track
that he will not forget once I get my GTO.
Thanks guys in advance!
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Old 03-02-2011, 05:39 AM   #2 (permalink)
 
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You won't get 500 rwhp with H/C/I. Been there done that. I'm sitting on 481 and have every possible all motor/stock cube mod you can think of. You need a blower with standard bolt ons, or a turbo I guess, but I know nothing of turbos... By the way, 427R Mustangs suck. There's one that parades around town her in Daphne. They aren't much more then a Standard Rustang with a body kit in my book. Kind of sorry they have a blower and only make 427 crankshaft hp.
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You need to add displacement, either with a stroker crank, or an aftermarket stroked short/long block.
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You can hit 500 N/A on a LS1. I have seen it in person. That motor is actually being parted out now and a new fresh setup is getting done.
You just need all the right parts, a donky **** size cam and the right tuner. The car I speak of had AFR heads on it also.

It's not cheap by any means but very possible.
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I'm not saying it can or can't be done. It's not going to be a streetable car I can say that for shure. You are going to need a cam that too big for the stock pistons and high dollar heads. An LS2 would be the best platform to start of with.

You are better off starting off with bolt ons first and work your way up. If your into nitrous do it, FI is also an option.
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I really appreicate your insight guys I forgot to mention that I will
be using the stock pistons/displacement and I need it to be streetable though.I like the Trickflow heads and cams.I'm not sure what brand
heads and cams to go with? Also I don't know what intake will flow the
best either? links? I'm researching and trying to see what works best.
Longtubes will be a must probably and I would like to stay N/A
but,it's going to be tough! What bigger cam do you guys recommend that
is streetable?
What's worse about this guy with the 08 Roush 427R is his huge ego and
the fact that he thinks his 08 Roush 427R is the fastest vehicle in the
world.I really want to beat this guy at the track and know the combo to do it with.
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Go with a 402 (4.000" stroke/6.3L) or a 421 (4.125" stroke/6.8L) stroker kit with flat top pistons. With the right heads, cam and intake you'll easily exceed 500 rwhp with the 421.

Better start saving for drive train upgrades as well.
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Go with a 402 (4.000" stroke/6.3L) or a 421 (4.125" stroke/6.8L) stroker kit with flat top pistons. With the right heads, cam and intake you'll easily exceed 500 rwhp with the 421.

Better start saving for drive train upgrades as well.
Thanks do you have any links to stroker kits you would recommend?
What heads,cam and intake should I be looking into purchasing?
Links please?
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I really appreicate your insight guys I forgot to mention that I will
be using the stock pistons/displacement and I need it to be streetable though.I like the Trickflow heads and cams.I'm not sure what brand
heads and cams to go with? Also I don't know what intake will flow the
best either? links? I'm researching and trying to see what works best.
Longtubes will be a must probably and I would like to stay N/A
but,it's going to be tough! What bigger cam do you guys recommend that
is streetable?
What's worse about this guy with the 08 Roush 427R is his huge ego and
the fact that he thinks his 08 Roush 427R is the fastest vehicle in the
world.I really want to beat this guy at the track and know the combo to do it with.
With only 427 crank hp, you can probably beat on him with my humble mods and a good hook.
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Go with a 402 (4.000" stroke/6.3L) or a 421 (4.125" stroke/6.8L) stroker kit with flat top pistons. With the right heads, cam and intake you'll easily exceed 500 rwhp with the 421.

Better start saving for drive train upgrades as well.
What's the cost associated with stroking a motor?
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