Aluminum Big Block Chevrolet 572 1007hp/816ft lbs

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  1. daign

    daign Guest

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    The brodix aluminum blocks go up to 706 Cubic Inches for around $11,000 :eek4:
     
  2. Moloch

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    Jesus Christ!
     
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    Anudist Turnin' Jesus on, one lightswitch at a time.

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    Holy fucking shit.... :eek5:
     
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    god damn
     
  5. daign

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    632 Brodix BBC motor.
    1340hp naturally aspirated.... $38,000 :bowrofl:

    • Dart Big "M" block (race prep w/ARP head studs) Bronze lifter bushings installed
    • Callies 4340 non-twist forged crank
    • GRP billet aluminum rods
    • Venolia pistons with tool steel 1.031" wrist pins
    • In-house fully CNC ported SAR/Brodix 14.5 degree Pro Stock style heads with Manley titanium valves
    • SAR/T&D shaft mounted rocker system with one piece rocker bar for endurance w/needle bearing roller tips
    • Jesel belt drive
    • SAR 2x4 sheetmetal intake manifold (w/special Pro Stock runner design)
    • (2) 1150 Holley HP series carburetors w/linkage
    • MSD cranktrigger ignition
    • Crane/SAR roller camshaft
    • Isky Red Zone .937" roller lifters
    • Moroso 4 stage dry sump oiling system
    • Moroso vacuum system
    • Akerly & Childs rings
    • Clevite 77 rod and main bearings
    • Sheetmetal billet rail valve covers
    • ATI balancer
    • Meziere hi-flow electric water pump
    • CSR starter
    • Special 54 mm cam core with 18736542 F.O.
     
  6. clarus

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    Do want.
     
  7. TachItUp

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    not bad for all motor
     
  8. clarus

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    ....yeah, not bad............:hsugh:
     
  9. Moloch

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    For near 40K needs more modern fuel injection :rofl:
     
  10. daign

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    agreed.

    I think a fuel injected aluminum block BBC is fucking badass :bowdown:
     
  11. Moloch

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    It couldn't add that much to the cost either, fuckin wideband O2 and shit would be :naughty:
    Fuckin with carbs whenever the weather changes (check my loc) would be fucking gay on a 40K motor :hsugh:
     
  12. TheWeasel

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    Easier to do with carbonated at those levels.
     
  13. BLKDVLGSX

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    and still 100hp shy of a 500cid prostock engine :eek3:
     
  14. jwhuffandpuff

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    you can rev that shit to 7000 rpm? wtf
     
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    Those prices aren't that surprising. Our friend's best circle track motor is only 410 and it's upwards of $30,000, that's without titanium rods. His good dirt motor that was lost in the shop fire had around $36,000.
     
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  17. daign

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    yeah. But for road racing purposes, an aluminum big block with fuel injection would be badass :o
     
  18. BenFer

    BenFer I've seen bigger OT Supporter

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    Sonny's makes a 932cid semi-hemi
     
  19. Moloch

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    Would it also make a bit more power?
     
  20. daign

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    I'm not qualified to answer that. I believe the benefits are reliability and economy... where Bigbronco when you need him
     
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    I want that motor in a El camino or C10 :bowdown:
     
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    carbonated, lol
     
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  23. daign

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    uhhh.... 400whp won't even hook in an el camino or c10.
     
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