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Old 01-30-2010, 04:32 AM   #1
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Z/28, will it have a forged rotating assembly?

I've searched around and didn't see a solid guess/answer. I also looked up the cts-v and google is giving me alot results about forged wheels.
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depends on what motor the z28 will come with....
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The LSA (CTS-V engine) does not have forged internals, so assuming that becomes the Z28 engine one day, I doubt seriously they will change it significantly.
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rayhawk is correct. The CTS-V LSA engine still has hypereutectic pistons, so not forged internals. Only the LS9/ZR1 comes forged.
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I would expect they'll shove the CTS-V drivetrain in. I did find a motor trend article today, CTS-V has pm rods and hyper pistons. Thanks for the quick replys guys.
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Have you read the Feb Motor Trend? They say LSA-supercharged engine in the Z28
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Have you read the Feb Motor Trend? They say LSA-supercharged engine in the Z28
you mean this one

http://www.motortrend.com/features/a...rns/index.html

from Feb of 2009?

or maybe this one from Sept of 2009?

http://www.motortrend.com/auto_news/..._go/index.html


thats the thing with certain publications... scratch that.... most publications.... is that they'll print anything to draw a crowd/viewers. if they are wrong, they'll retract their statements.

no harm no foul. but as of yet, there is no official confirmation of a Z28 with or without an LSA. for that matter, there is no official confirmation of a Z28.
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Although I really would like to see the Z/28 have forged internals, I just want the damn thing produced so I can buy one. Beggers can't be choosers I guess.
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I heard that it's going to have a new engine with forged internals and direct injection. a little birdy told me.
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LSA shares many features from LS9, like the forged crank, heads, block, and oil spray piston cooling. True, it doesn't have forged steel rods or pistons, but they do have PM rods which should hold up to a fair amount.
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LSA shares many features from LS9, like the forged crank, heads, block, and oil spray piston cooling. True, it doesn't have forged steel rods or pistons, but they do have PM rods which should hold up to a fair amount.
A lot of the perception surrounding "forged" items is...imo...exaggerated. Hypereutectic pistons are not inferior, rather intended for different purposes. Besides, it's all a moot argument anyways because FEW people will ever need/want/go beyond 600-700 crank hp, and the LSA can handle those levels easily.
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A lot of the perception surrounding "forged" items is...imo...exaggerated. Hypereutectic pistons are not inferior, rather intended for different purposes. Besides, it's all a moot argument anyways because FEW people will ever need/want/go beyond 600-700 crank hp, and the LSA can handle those levels easily.
this guy would. lol.
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this guy would. lol.
I suspect this guy would also "pay to play"...instead of expecting everything for nothing.
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Wouldnt be a big deal to me since i wouldnt plan on doing much more than a cam and exhaust swap on anything id buy, my only prefference would be an N/A engine over an FI engine, the new LSX454 caught my eye but idk if it has forged internals or not, maybe i'll look into that...

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I suspect this guy would also "pay to play"...instead of expecting everything for nothing.
also have already paid to play and paid the ultimate price lost my f-body while playing =O( blew the engine and yea. . .
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We know too little about the Z28, including whether it exists for certain, to know something this specific.
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A lot of the perception surrounding "forged" items is...imo...exaggerated. Hypereutectic pistons are not inferior, rather intended for different purposes. Besides, it's all a moot argument anyways because FEW people will ever need/want/go beyond 600-700 crank hp, and the LSA can handle those levels easily.
It's not a moot argument, it's very relevant to someone who wants to make serious power and work with a car that can handle it without a full rebuild being necessary.

I'm going to disagree with the bold statement as well, there is a market for people interested in surpassing the 600 wheel horsepower mark. You probably are under the assumption that their isn't because you don't see many people doing it here. Most likely because their tuner is telling them not to go that far unless they want to build their engine. Jump onto a Cobra forum and you will see a considerable amount of people making wheel horsepower in the 600-750 range, and some 800, 900, even 1000 horsepower in their 03/04 Cobras and GT500's on engines that many of which haven't had the valve cover off. And they're doing it because they can on the factory forged rotating assembly.

I'm not trying to make this into Ford VS Chevy bs argument. But they are comparable cars. We can also discuss GM vs GM. The ZR1 comes with a forged rotating assembly, I'm sure most can guess why.
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You guys are talking about the Z28 as if it exists........
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You guys are talking about the Z28 as if it exists........

Actually the other moderator has changed the topic to how some forged parts are over rated (which is why the ZR1 has them) and all stock LSa's can handle 600 wheel horsepower no sweat.
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A lot of the perception surrounding "forged" items is...imo...exaggerated. Hypereutectic pistons are not inferior, rather intended for different purposes. Besides, it's all a moot argument anyways because FEW people will ever need/want/go beyond 600-700 crank hp, and the LSA can handle those levels easily.
Those Caddy' guys probably would over the modest increase in noise from the forged pieces in LS9. Though, I think it's funny that GM's worried about what kind of Caddy' buyer would worry about a 556-horsepower car with a "noisy" engine, but I'm no expert. Regardless, I wonder how much $$$ is really saved with going the hyper' route instead of only using one piston for BOTH engines... It must have some significance Like you said - I think it'll handle those levels easily; I'd like to see who can test that out, lol!

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It's not a moot argument, it's very relevant to someone who wants to make serious power and work with a car that can handle it without a full rebuild being necessary.

I'm going to disagree with the bold statement as well, there is a market for people interested in surpassing the 600 wheel horsepower mark. You probably are under the assumption that their isn't because you don't see many people doing it here. Most likely because their tuner is telling them not to go that far unless they want to build their engine. Jump onto a Cobra forum and you will see a considerable amount of people making wheel horsepower in the 600-750 range, and some 800, 900, even 1000 horsepower in their 03/04 Cobras and GT500's on engines that many of which haven't had the valve cover off. And they're doing it because they can on the factory forged rotating assembly.

I'm not trying to make this into Ford VS Chevy bs argument. But they are comparable cars. We can also discuss GM vs GM. The ZR1 comes with a forged rotating assembly, I'm sure most can guess why.
How big a market is that really? I know I'm one of those interested, but I really doubt I'd go much past 700 FWHP, if that much at all. I don't think because I'm not as ambitious as others that the car should be watered down, but enthusiasts don't usually sell cars; it's the public. If you give the public the car they want first, I think the enthusiast has a better opportunity to get his/hers. Don't get me wrong - I'd love an engine that would support what Cobras have/do, but the percentage of those that would take advantage of that safety factor is probably relatively small, in the big picture. If they can do it for the right price, I'm all for it

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Actually the other moderator has changed the topic to how some forged parts are over rated (which is why the ZR1 has them) and all stock LSa's can handle 600 wheel horsepower no sweat.
Umm... no. The "other" Mod' didn't change anything, rather emphasized the fact that with so many complaining about the hyper' pistons in LSA make it totally inferior to the forged pieces in LS9. While, ultimately, the forged pieces in LS9 will likely survive under a lot more serious conditions than those in LSA, there's nothing as wrong with them as many people would like to try to make others that don't know, believe. Consider the pistons in LS3 are hypers' too, and look at the power they're living under with all the SC and sinle-T and TT kits out there. Sure, I'd prefer LS9 pieces over LSA's, but I really don't think the market would support how much I think that would add over any alleged LSA'd Z28; shoot, I think the market will be relatively slim with LSA for that matter! It was never said that LS9 parts are overrated (perception was what was posted) - look again...
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Actually the other moderator has changed the topic to how some forged parts are over rated (which is why the ZR1 has them) and all stock LSa's can handle 600 wheel horsepower no sweat.
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It's not a moot argument, it's very relevant to someone who wants to make serious power and work with a car that can handle it without a full rebuild being necessary.

I'm going to disagree with the bold statement as well, there is a market for people interested in surpassing the 600 wheel horsepower mark. You probably are under the assumption that their isn't because you don't see many people doing it here. Most likely because their tuner is telling them not to go that far unless they want to build their engine. Jump onto a Cobra forum and you will see a considerable amount of people making wheel horsepower in the 600-750 range, and some 800, 900, even 1000 horsepower in their 03/04 Cobras and GT500's on engines that many of which haven't had the valve cover off. And they're doing it because they can on the factory forged rotating assembly.

I'm not trying to make this into Ford VS Chevy bs argument. But they are comparable cars. We can also discuss GM vs GM. The ZR1 comes with a forged rotating assembly, I'm sure most can guess why.
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How big a market is that really? I know I'm one of those interested, but I really doubt I'd go much past 700 FWHP, if that much at all. I don't think because I'm not as ambitious as others that the car should be watered down, but enthusiasts don't usually sell cars; it's the public. If you give the public the car they want first, I think the enthusiast has a better opportunity to get his/hers. Don't get me wrong - I'd love an engine that would support what Cobras have/do, but the percentage of those that would take advantage of that safety factor is probably relatively small, in the big picture. If they can do it for the right price, I'm all for it
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A lot of the perception surrounding "forged" items is...imo...exaggerated. Hypereutectic pistons are not inferior, rather intended for different purposes. Besides, it's all a moot argument anyways because FEW people will ever need/want/go beyond 600-700 crank hp, and the LSA can handle those levels easily.

I'm lost are we talking crank/flywheel or rear wheel hp. can be a big difference between the two. lol.
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I'm lost are we talking crank/flywheel or rear wheel hp. can be a big difference between the two. lol.
I'm talking crank/flywheel...because that's how it's all advertised and rated.
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I'm talking crank/flywheel...because that's how it's all advertised and rated.
true but when you start modding the only way to really rate a modded car is rear wheel hp. so I can see the difference in how you all are talking. but it's easy to confuse the two. . .

go on a cobalt forum and FWHP stands for frontwheel horsepower. lol.
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