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Anyone seen the specs on this yet by chance?

They have it at PRI. Looks like a very beefy cast iron block. Obviously weighs more, but should be able to hold an ungodly amount of power.





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Absolutely a game changer. cant wait for it to hit the streets.
 

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Waiting on a fully assembled short block! :muscle:
 

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Saw this earlier on SVTP.

Hmm. 5.6L with custom cams, good heads, CJ intake, and a couple of snails, perhaps?

Hell, even a stout NA build would be awesome.....
 

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Looks like a great engine for the new Mach 1! :clap:
 

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Why would you want an iron block for an NA build vs. a sleeved aluminum?

Yeah. Ok I can see why that was dumb. I was thinking about the fact it was just a block and not fully built so I could choose my internals and wouldn't really be limited to what I could throw in it. But really it's built to endure higher compression right? So it would make more sense to throw a blower on it. >.> I'll amend my original statement.
 

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But really it's built to endure higher compression right? So it would make more sense to throw a blower on it. >.> I'll amend my original statement.
Yes, this is aimed squarely at those making big power with boost or with nitrous. Even though iron sleeved aluminum blocks have held their own, they still have deficits over a pure iron block construction.
 

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Yes, this is aimed squarely at those making big power with boost or with nitrous. Even though iron sleeved aluminum blocks have held their own, they still have deficits over a pure iron block construction.
Wonder what the price is gonna run on this thing ontop of the blower. Though I could probably just swap the blower over to the new engine if I go ahead and get a super charger now.
 

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