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Lol I will not be stripping anything out. In my younger years I was fine with driving around a caged and gutted street car. I won’t do that to the V.

@rubberduck while I got ya, what’s your thoughts on the ly6 block?
I don't really have any strong opinions regarding going that route.

It really depends on how much HP you're looking for.

If the block is strong enough, then great!
If the heads can flow enough, then great!

If not, then go the aftermarket route. . . . .

That would be. . .
A block that can handle the HP.
A block which can be safely bored enough to handle the required valve size.

I am sure you have read about @07GTS build on this forum.

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I’ll have to find his build thread and check it out
 

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I’ll have to find his build thread and check it out
It is, no surprise. ;);)
a very nice build and you should speak to him about it.

I don't think he has a build thread on it, I think he
posted it within someone else's thread.

I believe it was in the piston gas port thread.

@07GTS usually posts here everyday,
so I am sure he will respond. . .

Good Luck..(y)
 
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Ah yes I believe I saw that motor he posted in the gas port piston thread.
 
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