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2012REDSS 08-06-2013 02:37 AM

Various members built engine components
 
Edit by SSE 4 2SS: This thread is to list the components used in your build (rotating assembly) if you wish to share. It is to assist others planning builds in seeing the variety of components used in your build. If you have a built rotating assembly, feel free to add in other engine components...

Discussion is welcome, but will occasionally be cleaned up as the thread moves on.




I know there's a lot of you guys that have built your engines for boost. Maybe we could get a thread going for what components were used and what HP/TQ levels it was built to withstand etc. I know Ive been doing alot of research but it would be nice to see a thread where all the top guys listed what they have built. Good idea or a pipe dream?

Edit: I had a couple bite so here is the proposed format (thanks Tiny). Share what you'd like.


Engine:
Block?
CI? - CR?
Crankshaft?
Rods?
Pistons?
Rings?
Heads?
Valves/Springs?
Cam?
Timing Chain?
Oil pump?
Aftermarket Dampner?
Anything else

Blower/Turbo:
Type?
Modifications (pulleys, boost controller, etc)

Fuel:
Pump?
Injectors?
Meth?
etc

Exhaust:
Headers?
Cats or No Cats?
Cat back?
Cut outs?

What was the goals for the engine hp/tq wise? Current numbers is you have them and would like to share.

TinyToasta 08-06-2013 01:03 PM

So let me be the clown that opens the stage for the rest...:biggrin:

Engine:
custom build LSA Block
376cui - 10.3 cr
Callies Billet Forged Crankshaft
Callies Compstar H-Beams w/ARP Bolts
Wiseco Super Duty Pistons (coated)
Total Seal Steel Piston Rings
Ported LS3 Heads
Ferrea Valves
JRE rough idle cam & valve train kit
Rollmaster Timing Chain
GMPP blueprinted HV oil pump
ATI Super Damper (6% overdrive)

Blower:
TVS2300
JRE Maggie Max Stg.1 (NW102mm TB, ported intake snout)
JRE ported lower intake manifold
OD Cog Drive
3.6 Pulley
JRE Super Tensioner
Water Meth Injection
Rotofab CAI with JRE race scoop / washer bottle reloc.
13psi

Fuel:
LPE Twin Pump w/ JRE wiring upgrade
ID-850 Injectors
MSD PFVB (not hooked up yet)

Exhaust:
Kooks 1 7/8'' LTs coated
noweeds
stock exhaust w/ SLP LMII axle-backs


675rwhp / 676ft-lbs @ 12.6psi
3.4 Pulley & IW 8-rib drive still to come


The bare engine was build by Henrik's Racing Houston, TX
The rest finished by a local shop in Germany.
Ted Jannetty does the tune and patiently provides "post build" advice - props to Ted, couldn't be in better hands!!!

BullF-16 08-06-2013 01:08 PM

Guess I'll start. I broke the ringlands on #5 in my OE motor at 11 psi and 715whp and i knew it was gonna happen so i had HKE start on this motor before it happened.

I built it for minimum of 20 psi and planned for about 1200 whp eventually and i believe it will take quite a bit more. Its just a fun street car that will probably never see the strip. Built it more for road course track day events about 4 times a year.

Just got the car back with the twin BB PTE6766 turbos at 25psi. Made 1281 rwhp and 1118 rwtq.

Motor: Built by Erik Koenig at HKE racing engines.

LSX block
4.125" Wiseco -23CC blower pistons coated by Polydyne, 9.4 to 9.5:1 CR
Dragon Slayer 4.00" crank
Callies Ultra billet I beam rods
Wiseco GFX rings and custom tool steel pins .200"
ARP hardware throughout
Morel linkbar lifters
PatG spec'd blower cam
Mast Blacklabel 305 6 bolt heads LS7
Melling HV oil pump
N-Motion LS7 double roller timing chain
GM LS7 intake and exhaust rockers
HKE springs and push rods
LS7 intake

Fueling:
Squash dual 400LPH return style _10an feed, -8 return
ID1000 74% IDC at 20 psi injectors
ALKY 4 gal methdual nozzle system
Tuned on 93 octane with 16oz Torco for about 96 octane. Tune by James Karger

Twin PTE6766 turbos, custom fabbed by SNLPerformance.

The rest of the cars details are in the sig line

2012REDSS 08-06-2013 01:38 PM

Tiny and Bull that's exactly what I was looking for. It helps when you can see the component's of someone's build that's working well. As for keeping this organized I'm not sure how we can do that since Jamie seems to be taking a beating in every thread. If we get some more guys to chime in with their builds/component lists we can delete the other posts and only show the build lists. I know some people don't want to share all their secrets but its a start for a rookie to see what it takes to build a high performance and somewhat reliable (in Jamies case) machine.

TinyToasta 08-06-2013 01:53 PM

Just be careful - that's the internet...

It's all in the shop that specs out an engine, builds it and eventually tunes it! Just because it's been posted here doesn't guarantee its quality!

For collecting ideas this thread is a good idea though!

Unavowed 08-06-2013 02:47 PM

Engine:
Block – LS3
CI – 417 CR – 10.1:1
Crankshaft – Callies Dragonslayer
Rods – Oliver I beam
Pistons - JE
Rings – Total Seal file fit
Heads – LS3 – CNC port & polish
Valves/Springs – 2.165” hollow intake / 1.59” inconnel exhaust - Comp 921 springs, titanium retainers
Cam – GT-9
Timing Chain – C5R
Oil pump – GM high volume
Aftermarket Dampner - no
Anything else - ported TB

Blower/Turbo:
Type – None yet. AGP twin turbo hopefully.
Modifications (pulleys, boost controller, etc) - probably

Fuel:
Pump – Stock for now, thinking Squash when FI
Injectors – ID850s
Meth – Most likely in conjunction with FI
Pump 93

Exhaust:
Headers – ARH 1 7/8, Swaintech coated. Will be for sale if/when AGP twin turbo happens.
Cats or No Cats – ARH cats
Cat back – No
Cut outs – Not now, but maybe in the future

What was the goals for the engine hp/tq wise – No goals, just strength for now.
Current numbers is you have them and would like to share – 453/437

2SS45th 08-06-2013 04:22 PM

Always willing to help people out, I frequently do. I also frequently poke fun and mess around in threads. If someone asked me for advice, I'd be happy to help.

dan0617 08-06-2013 09:03 PM

I could give you sbc info all day but my Camaro still has the stock L99, never even had the intake or rocker covers off. I can say if it blows, if the cylinder walls are still good, Ill just have it honed, put a good set of rods, pistons, rings, a good VVT cam, dod delete lifters, good arp hardware, and bolt it back together. Stock heads, intake, crank, etc.are plenty good IMO for a forced induction application.

2SS45th 08-06-2013 09:16 PM

Depends on the desired hp levels. FI can be but as tame a NA, all depends on dynamic compression, not boost. Yes boost comes into play in that equation, but boost really means nothing to a motor. After 800 wheel I'm going for a new crankshaft, and after quadruple digits I've got a new block and heads headed my way, 6 bolt or bust. I'll go through my build sheets and give you guys a full rundown of my motor soon.

2SS45th 08-06-2013 10:11 PM

Sorry blown motors cost a butt load of money when they're built for stupid high horsspower, but they do, and always will. Here you guys go anyways, a fully detailed build sheet. This motor is designed to hold 1500hp and not complain about it.

Engine:
Block: LSX Short deck
CI: 416
CR: 9.0:1
Crankshaft: Callies
Rods: Callies I Beams, ARP hardware
Pistons: Wiseco units, were gas ported to keep rings gapped.
Rings: Wiseco Rings
Heads: LSX-LS3 6 bolt heads, fully ported
Valves/Springs: PRC Dual springs
Cam: Custom TSP Blower cam, I don't give the specs on it though.
Timing Chain: Cloyes Hex-a-just
Oil pump: Melling High volume
Aftermarket Dampner: ATI 10 Rib
Anything else: Lunati Valvetrain

Blower: Maggie now, F1X with spray or Twins next.
Maggie has 10 rib drive, OD cogs and a 2.95 pulley making 16psi.

2SS45th 08-06-2013 10:16 PM

Also to clarify, I meant to get across that this habit is expensive and shouldn't be taken lightly. That's my advice, make a budget and double it.

Ron_Robinson1 08-06-2013 10:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 2SS45th (Post 6866991)
Also to clarify, I meant to get across that this riced is expensive and shouldn't be taken lightly. That's my advice, make a budget and double it.


Its members with builds like yours I'm looking at, so I can build this winter.

Thanks for posting it up bud..

2SS45th 08-06-2013 11:06 PM

No problem, feel free to PM me if you want some more info.

Unavowed 08-06-2013 11:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 2SS45th (Post 6867229)
No problem, feel free to PM me if you want some more info.

:grouphug:


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