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Ill post a few pics in the next day but looking to move it pretty quick.
Its an ERL Tall deck shortblock
Callies Magnum long snout LS7 crank
Stock LS7 heads
ERL intake spacers
complete ready to drop in, sans intake manifold
Setup has about 6k miles on it, needs nothing. I daily drove it before I sold my car, never had a chance to develop it at all, so it sat a 500 rwhp (@5200) and 580 rwtq @ 3900. It makes 460 rwtq @ Idle. No thats not a typo. From a 1000 rpm pull, it makes that much torque.
Before the haters and un-realists come in here and bash my setup, I wanted a lot of torque, and a FUN street car. IT MAKES MORE POWER AND TORQUE THAN A STOCK ZR1 till 5k.
I NEVER had time to fully optimize headers, cam, or even remotely think about head work. I just put it in with a SMALL cam, small headers, and enjoyed it.
For putting around, enjoying my daily commute, that was perfect. Power everywhere.
You will need a modified set of headers, which I can supply for extra, I had quickly thrown-together 1 3/4 on this setup, as it was all I had time for. A good set of 2" would do wonders for this combo.
For this entire longblock assembley, cam, heads, everything, asking 8.5k, OBO!! Cash, paypal(ouch, ill go 1/2 on the fees with you) and certified funds only.
Can work out install deal as well if you are interested.
Location: Elmhurst, IL (West Suburb of Chicago) & Home of MEGA Horsepower
Wow, what a nice price for someone for a mountain LS 500ci tree stump puller!
What rwhp and rwtq did it make between 6000 and 6500 rpm, or did you only spin up to 5200 on the dyno?
Best of luck on your sale of this Monster of an LS engine!
2006 Black C6 Z06, black powder coated rims, CAI; B&B Bullet Exhaust, and of course 427 Badges ; Mopar Jimmy is back with a daily driver 2008 Dodge Challenger, 450hp Hemi SRT8, runs 12.7s with bolt ons, & a mean, Ralleye Green, 1969 Plymouth Road Runner machine, 600hp 505 ci, black steel wheels & black fiberglass 6-pack lift off hood. Thanks and Praise to GOD!
It will fit, plan on modifying the header a little to make it work, and maybe some cowl work because the intake is 3/4" higher. The C6 doesnt need cowl work, I dont believe the C5 would need the clearance, but I cant speak from experience...
Last edited by Louis @ LG Motorsports; 09-20-2010 at 07:22 PM.