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AHP Presents "Archangel" Line (Pics and Data)

Old 06-09-2019, 11:02 PM
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Default AHP Presents "Archangel" Line (Pics and Data)

We are proud to announce the release our our new product line:
"Sending Demons, Serpents and Hellish Felines back to whence they came"

This is a product line of Cylinder Heads, Camshafts and Engines
The Idea of this product line is to provide Punishing Horse Power and Torque while Retaining Production like Longevity with practically maintenance free Service.
We do this by Add of Hydraulic Camshafts (no high maintenance solid roller camshafts here), Non Adjustable Roller Rockers and other important Items like 45 degree Intake and Exhaust Seats (vs other competitors longevity sacrificing 50 degree exhaust seats).

Archangel Line uses only the Finest Components in conjunction with some of the finest machine work found anywhere in the Industry!
Archangel is a Higher Standard of Excellence

We have 3 Long Block Offerings in our Archangel Line:
434ci "Sleeved Angel"
434ci "Boosted Angel"
440ci "LS7 Angel"

Without Further Ado we present the first of our Archangel line offerings! Our 434ci 700HP " Sleeved Angel"
Exact Numbers as Tested with Single Plane intake and Holley Dominator Carb 693hp/585tq (We expect to see another 15-30hp with our Ported LS7 MSD intake & TB combo that we will be running on this particular build):

Power Graph (Look at all that Torque & Horse Power!!!!) 693hp/585tq

Our 700HP 434ci "Sleeved Angel" Starts life as a Gen 4 5.3 LS Block that then received Darton Sleeves & ARP Main Studs (On top of a Bunch of other High End Machine Work & Components):

Then We add our Custom AHP Rotating Assembly and CP Pistons Setup:

Archangel Hydraulic Camshaft (Some other Competitors Engines are using High Maintenance Solid roller camshafts to get these kind of power numbers):

Some Super High Quality Johnson Lifters and Commetics Head Gaskets:

Then add a set of our AHP Archangel LS7 Heads (Intakes Flow 418.30 CFM @ .740" Lift / Exhausts Flow 250 CFM).... Small 275cc intake runner means High Intake runner velocity for lots of Power throughout the entire 7200rpms power band! As tested w/70cc chambers. We get all this power and flow out of a reliable 45 degree intake and exhaust seat (all others are using 50 degree exhaust seats which sacrifices longevity to get these type of power/flow numbers). We use our Very own 2.250" AHP Titanium Intake Valve in combination with a Ferrea F2042p Light Weight Hollow SS Exhaust Valve:

Add some Non Adjustable Yella Terra Roller Rockers for Longevity, Ease of Service and Maintenance Free Operation (Revs all the way to 7,200rpms with Zero Valve Float!!!):

Then Superflow SF902s Engine Dyno Break in and Quick Tune:

Idle/Rev Video:

700HP Dyno Pull to 7200rpms Video:

"Sending Demons, Serpents and Hellish Felines back to whence they came"

Designed as a Maintenance Free Drop in Ready Crate LS Engine


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Old 06-12-2019, 04:40 PM
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Is it more stroke and smaller slugs vs the punched out 434 (4.155/4.00).
Is 4.00 the stock LS7 stroke or 4.125 ?

Should be interesting.

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