Originally Posted by ayousef
Call LME and get a sick RHS440 that would be insane. You could as well upgrade the heads/block to use wider/thicker headstuds since youre running that much boost. The bigger motor will also drop the "boost" which should help avoid this problem then next time I guess.
I already went with the RHS block and the heads are fine as they will be drilled out to take 1/2" head studs time. Boost wasn't the cause, it was the timing that caused the problem. That is also addressed and won't be an issue.