Supercharged LSX Engine Build - A New Level

A ProCharged Z06 pushes output to the extreme

Jay Heath Apr 25, 2011 0 Comment(s)
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ProCharged LSX Z06 Buildsheet

Engine
Second-generation LSX block; bored to 4.125-in, decked, and line-honed
Callies Dragonslayer crank; 4-in stroke, LS7 configuration
Oliver Speedway 6.125-in rods
Diamond custom forged dished pistons, 9.8:1 final compression
Diamond tool-steel piston pins
Steel-top ring set
Calico coated main and rod bearings
ARP main studs
ARP "6-bolt" head studs
GM LSX 6-bolt steel head gaskets, 0.041-in
Stock LS7 oiling system
ATI eight-rib Super Damper, 7.53-in
GM LSX-LS7 cylinder heads
Stage II porting by Richard Reyman/West Coast Cylinder Heads
Combustion chambers opened up to 73 cc's to unshroud valves
Del West titanium intake valves, stock size
REV stainless exhaust valves, stock size
PRC EHT valvesprings
Comp Cams custom grind (0.630-in lift, 232/256-deg duration, 114-deg LSA, 110 ICL)
Morel link-bar lifters, 0.750-in rollers
Trend custom 3/8-in pushrods, 0.080-in wall
Cloyes Extreme HexAdjust timing set
Stock LS7 rockers, converted to bushed bearings by CHE
LS7 intake manifold, ported by Pete Incaudo/VMax Motorsports
LS7 throttle body, ported by Pete Incaudo/VMax Motorsports
Katech valve covers and coil mounts
MSD ignition wires
CoolTech plug-wire shields
Stock coils
NGK BR7EF plugs
All engine work by Joe Irwin/Fast Forward Racing Engines

Supercharger
ProCharger F-1A with eight-rib drive
ProCharger intercooler from standard Z06 kit
ProCharger racing blow-off valve with custom mount by Greg Lovell/AntiVenom
"Big Mouth" air filter and ducting from Taylor Sims/Dallas Performance
Intake-manifold inlet tube from Taylor Sims/Dallas Performance
4.75-in pulley for "street" tune, 3.7-in pulley for "race" tune

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