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What motor would you build?
Small or big block chevy?
How fast could you go?
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Just thought id ask the bullet what they would spend it on....
 

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What motor would you build?
Small or big block chevy?
How fast could you go?
Give a few details..
Just thought id ask the bullet what they would spend it on....
Big block but ten g's won't get you very far if your trying to do an all out race motor, it would build an awesome street/strip unit though!
 

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turbocharged 5.3 ls make between 500-750 depending on what you want fuel you want to run and it will be a little more reliable if you are smart with the boost.
 

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Car is 3200lbs ladder bar set up,hooks in dirt..car has lot left in it...No reason car can't go 5.50 in eighth with no prob...just need the motor to do it ..
 

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L92 out of an escalade/Denali and a turbo. Reliability and not too expensive
 

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Ls with a 88mm.......just saying.


^^^^This^^^^

That's gonna be my next powerplant, when I can afford to do it right. Although it can be done on the cheap and still be fairly reliable.
 

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or this for a few sheckles more ...

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