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[Z06] HPR is building my 468ci LS for my 08 ZO6!!!

 
Old 10-25-2018, 09:00 AM
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Are you guys going to engine dyno this or is this going straight in car for chassis dyno instead?
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Are you guys going to engine dyno this or is this going straight in car for chassis dyno instead?
This one will be going straight to the car.
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Are you guys going to engine dyno this or is this going straight in car for chassis dyno instead?
I'm hoping to work it out for mine to go onto an engine dyno, pending cost and logistics
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Did cam specs get posted?
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Did cam specs get posted?
That would be up to the owner if he wants to post exact specs. I can say the lobe itself is something that Erik here at HPR and Billy Godbold at Comp did a few years ago so it is one of our own lobes. Lift is just under 0.750. Duration is over 250 intake and over 260 exhaust. Hyd. roller setup.
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Very nice! That gives me enough of an idea. I'm piecing a 427 together which will be solid roller 252ish intake 270ish exhaust duration net lash on 116 centers...at least until my cam guy gets his hands on the idea and tells me I'm out in left field. At 12:1 and 285cc heads I'm hoping to land around 750hp.

These big cube engines like the one you're building here are impressive as hell.

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did cam specs get posted?
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The heads have arrived!!!

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I know Jeremy has pointed the thread out to me a few times and we have just been slammed a bit here at work I haven't had much time to get on the forums.

Jeremy has been doing a great job of all of the photos and info and big thank you to him from all of us here at HPR for sharing his build!!

WCCH has finished the Brodix heads and they look to be here end of this week with any luck from UPS. Once those arrive it will start narrowing down to the final checks on the valve train, and assembly. I know we are all very interested to see the results with the new G1 intake and can't wait to see it arrive here at the shop! As of right now, it is just awaiting the top end to arrive!!


All I can say Anthony has communicated with me on every update. I definitely recommend working with these guys. They have been very helpful in anyway and have an answered any question and helped me with any situation to get over 700rwhp
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just curious what kinda price are you looking at for this setup? or at least the short block ?

​​​​​​ballpark is fine, don't need exact numbers... just trying to figure out rough financials on the bottom end

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Like Anthony said it all depends on the options. I pretty much choose every upgraded option that I could and as for the long block was around $25k. That is not including the custom billet intake that I am having me
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Very nice setup!
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Beautiful...just beautiful.
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What's the little hole in the port there, is that for the rocker arm bolt to peak through?
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What's the little hole in the port there, is that for the rocker arm bolt to peak through?
On this particular setup, that is actually the valve cover bolt hole. There is a note on the cylinder head saying to use a small amount of sealant on the valve cover bolts when doing install so as not to leak oil into the intake ports during operation. The intake runner is moved from OE and the rocker pad is lowered compared to stock for bigger lift cam's so they are not a direct comparison to the OE LS7. On some of these you will see some of the stand bolts stick down into the ports slightly too.
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Like Anthony said it all depends on the options. I pretty much choose every upgraded option that I could and as for the long block was around $25k. That is not including the custom billet intake that I am having me
Great build! Way to go what looks like "all in". Great price too for all of that IMO. Very nice!!
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Any updates on this build?
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Any updates on this build?
He started a new thread....

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