Look like a nice build!
So far, but I feel that will change soon lol. Also going to order a converter. I wanted circle D but have been seeing a ton of issues with them lately.SBE so far?
And your pretty close..An observation that I have made (and no I've not personally proven it) from all the research I've done: Sort of an unwritten rule-of-thumb: somewhere around 850rwhp is a 'line' that you cross. It appears that is the sort of sweet spot number where the LSA block can work well and LIVE for a long time. If you're shooting well over that level, it's time to consider putting your "forged bottom end" money into a better block than the LSA.
As the numbers get big, the LSA block is subject to flex (bearing/crank issues), out-of-round cylinders (blow-by, detonation,power loss), head lift (sealing, head gaskets, damage). It just isn't strong enough for those levels.
Kong didn’t mention anything to me, I had a rebuild and x port, so I’m assuming it’s good to go. The previous build did 730 on 93 and I don’t remember off the top of my head what it did on e85, I’ll have to find the sheet. This build should most likely hit the dyno this week.This is looking good!
I noticed the rotor coating is worn away a little. Mine looks just like that. Did Kong mention any concerns about this during the rebuild/port?
What are the dyno numbers from the current build?