Not true. The $3595.00 MSRP is for a complete short block (see link below). The rotating assemblies retail for $2595.00.CMNTMXR57 said:Remember, that $3,600 is just the rotating assembly! You have to add your own external parts which is where the $$$ add up.
So I'm with Bone.
CMNTMXR57 said:That's what I meant, sorry for the technicality!
You still have to add heads, cam, intake, and your choice of stock oil pump, timing chain, and of course all pans and plates.
In which case, I am correct as you only get a punched out block, with a crank, pistons, connecting rods, and bearings, I.E. A ROTATING ASSEMBLY!!!
The other choice is everything but the block, however, I consider it all assembled a COMPLETE rotating assembly. Wouldn't you?
Are those figures with stock displacement?! Im really looking for a set-up that will get me around 650 to 700rwHP while still being reliable and able to use pump gas (93). I have seen numerous Vettes do it so I know it's possible with the LS1's. I've only seen it done with larger displacement tho... and of course stronger internalsGMH GTO said:Some have estimated its possible with the soon to be released AFR 225cc heads with a large camshaft its possible to put down 500rwhp with a head and cam swap.