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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 08-02-2007, 07:21 AM Thread Starter
 
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Maybe this is what we need for the PSD

and a set of commonrail heads of course.

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I won't mention any names, but a certain site sponsor has actually been looking into that for a little while now, especially heads.

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I have seen big gasser billet blocks at Frank Beck Racing Engines and man are they gorgeous. Guess I could have used one of those a few months ago..

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I won't mention any names, but a certain site sponsor has actually been looking into that for a little while now, especially heads.
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betcha that is one $$$$ block.
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How expensive do you think that is? $20 grand?

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Maybe with a billet block we woln't Ever actually have to fix the PCM....



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A little know fact, NHRA has a rule which makes it manditory that all top fuel and funny cars use billet aluminum blocks. I would think that these blocks are pretty much indestructable, and your proble right on the 25,000 price tag, maybe more? It will be iteresting to see how far a guy can go with this kind of tec. 1000 hp might not be out of the question.

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Just imagine if someone were to make over 1000 on the stock block filled. That would be impossible.

You'd have to run like 1400ft/lbs and like 4000rpm. Absurd.

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