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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old Jan 11th, 16, 3:25 PM Thread Starter
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New Line of LS Based Short Blocks!

We finally added a bunch of our new LS Short Block combinations to our website for LM7, LQ4, LQ9, LS1/LS6, LS2, LS3, Etc...Naturally Aspirated and Boosted/NOS combinations available.

Next up will be getting our new LS Engine Packages finished up and online!

http://www.high-performance-engines....ory-s/2161.htm


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Re: New Line of LS Based Short Blocks!

Hi Brandon, Which LS block would I need to go with a 4.155" bore with the 3.662" stroke crank?

Thanks for your time.

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Re: New Line of LS Based Short Blocks!

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Hi Brandon, Which LS block would I need to go with a 4.155" bore with the 3.662" stroke crank?

Thanks for your time.
Hey Pat, you would have to go to an aftermarket block to get that bore size...LSX or Dart Next 2 block when it comes out would be my choice. I dont know of any stock block that will go that far out unless you get with ERL and have it sleeved.

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