900 HP Blown 429 Insanity! [COTW 4/30/12]
My '10 SS with just over 3,000 miles on it, was just not doing it for me power wise. I had a '68 in high school, and never really had the money to do what I wanted to with it.
I decided to do it right this time.
Here's the build sheet
(copy and pasted from the email the shop sent)
EnglandGreen Chaos F1R Package Stroker Package:
Use existing LS3 as core. Stroke motor to 429 cubic inch, 9.8:1 compression ratio
Callies Compstar crank
Callies Compstar rods
Diamond Pistons for forced induction applications
ACL/FM Rod, main, and cam bearings
Rear main seal
Rear cover gasket
Oil pan gasket
Valley cover gasket
Port existing cylinder heads
ARP 12 pt. head studs
Billet EnglandGreen Chaos 429ci F1R valve covers
Coil pack relocation and coil covers
Complete American Racing header system from engine to tips (with high flow cats), all stainless steel
Electric cutout system
High flow/High volume oil pump
160 degree thermostat
7.4 chromemoly hardened pushrods (upgrade to 3/8")
ATI SFI Balancer
Patriot Extreme dual valve springs with titanium retainers
Front cover gasket
Front cover seal
Oil pick up o-ring
Katech C5-R timing chain
Water pump gaskets EnglandGreen Chaos II camshaft ARP 12pt. Balancer bolt
ARP cam bolt kit
Yella Terra LS3 rocker arms
FAST 102 mm intake manifold for LS3 Powdercoat FAST to match customer car or customer's choice of color
FAST intake manifold port seals
V-Max ported LS3 (2010+) throttle body
Procharger F1R Race Supercharger System Upgraded 1300HP intercooler
Polish supercharger head unit
Polish supercharger brackets
Custom EnglandGreen 1300HP fuel system
McLeod RXT Twin Clutch GM Slave cylinder Remote bleeder
DSS 2010 Camaro 1000HP Level 5 rear axles
RPM 3.91 ratio differential
Dual nozzle Alky Control methanol kit
Tech AFZ Camaro heater hose relocation
Break in miles on new motor, clutch, gears before final tuning
EnglandGreen Custom Street and Dyno tuning
Pics so far...
In addition to the list above, have also build the tranny, ordered up new suspension gear (coil overs, etc) Brembo slotted brake setup, upgraded the driveline and bumped the cam.
Shooting for 850 at the wheels.
Nice build. I don't think you will have any issues hitting your power goals. Is the F1R on there for mock-up purposes or is the engine being installed with it on?
You need something to catch the driveshaft when it flys out. :thumbsup:
Very nice! What expecting for horsepower/torque?
He didn't list cam specs, tire size, or what type of racing if any he is doing. Where did you draw this conclusion?
Definately looks like a nice build.
Nittos (stock rims) don't have the cam specs handy. I'll be using it just on the street, with a run on the dragstrip maybe 4-5 times a year. It's just the right gearing to get that heavy ass off the line.. :D
Very nice Agent Utah. You should bring that thing to some of our events here in Utah. If you ever go to DYNO Days at JDP Motorsports in Sandy I'm pretty sure you'll win for highest RWHP when you're done building that thing.
When are we going to see that thing run at RMR or Track Days out at MMSP in Tooele?
Love the build but I would be worried with a LS3 stroked to 429ci with 9:8:1 and using LS3 heads with an F1R. The McLeod RXT is awesome but I am guessing it is only a matter of time before the trans fails without upgrading it as mine didnt last very long. I would highly recommend a driveshaft as well as you have put together a great build but the stock ds could cause some big issues if it comes apart. Good luck you are going to love the F1R.
Nice build...definately will need to do the 9" sooner or later,And I'd say bout 15lbs of boost and you'll be hitting your goal....keep us updated:thumbsup:
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