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Old 06-19-2005, 05:04 PM   #11
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Any body good at math I had my block bored to .020 over how much should I be displacing now???
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The L67'* don't qualify for the gallon challenge.

We flow more than most V8'*, 350ci or more. I'd have to do the calculations again, but even stock, I think the L67 outflows a smallblock.
Sure, more flow, but it'* still a 3.8L :P
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The new LS7 is a smallblock... Who here flows more then that?
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Thanks guy I am still on vacation and will get back on Monday! I will have pics then posted in 2000 and newer! It is under 2005 Cranberry Red SLE! I can't wait to show if off!

Thanks once agian guys!

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2.0 is 1997cc so that makes the 3.8 is 3794cc to be more technical.
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2.0 is 1997cc so that makes the 3.8 is 3794cc to be more technical.
No, it depends on bore and stroke. The liters of displacement is based on CC'*. Anything from 3750 to 3849 is 3.8L. Anything from 1950 to 2049 is 2.0L.

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The new LS7 is a smallblock... Who here flows more then that?
I can guaruntee you that BadSSEi does, its gotta be making around 500 crank hp now. One thing you have to remember is since our engines are supercharged, they are flowing more air at X hp then other engines because the engines are actually making more power, they are just using some of it to spin the blower.

However, I'm pretty sure willwren was talking about your basic 350 small block. Not a 427 or whatever that is.

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I really apperciate the feed back! I can't wait to post photos off it! They will be in 2000 and newer rides under 05 Cranberry Red SLE! Well I have to get back to vacation...
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