Thanks I take great pride in my motors!
Yea it'* a LOT of $$$.
I'm building it at a auto hobby shop on my base. Basic idea is you can rent a flat stall for $2 and a frame lift stall for $3 a hr and work on your car in a full garage. My other thread about a small busness was to get info so I can open one of my own when I retire from the Navy in a few years.
The block is .030 over, ARP studs and windage tray
Crank is .010 balanced rotating ASM .
Speed pro hypereutectic with side coating. With the block decked and 58cc Corvette heads I should of been 10:1 but I think I got a bit more, the Vortec heads I switched to are 64cc so I should be back down to around 9:6:1.
Crane PN#104224 Powermax 2032
Duration 214/220 lift 452/465 intake /ext
I'm using 1.6/1.5 Trick Flow full rollers
Also dbl roller timing chain. Steuart stage 2 water pump. MSD wires / coi l/ billet dist / 6AL box.
Jet-hot coated Edelbrock headers to a Catco high flow 3" cat and the new Flowmaster #" to the tips with a cross flow muffler cat back.
Induction: gutted MAF/52mm Holley TB, Ported/polished plem and Edelbrock runners.
LT1 injectors and adj fuel press reg, JET stage 2 chip.