LS2, YSI bulid finally underway!!!!!

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  1. C6vettegfw

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    Hey guys. well its been a long time coming but we are finally moving forward with the build. should be in the car before September. Last year we done a mild heads and cam package on my ls2 and laid down 486 rwhp which was ok. this quickly became boring. so after some long discussions with various vendors I opted for the A&A ysi 10 rib kit from josh at A&A. I'll list the parts below. if anyones got any advice feel free to chime in. hoping to hit 900 rwhp or close to it.

    SUPERCHARGER KIT
    A&A ls2 10 rib ysi kit with 3.0 pulley and 2.75. going to run the 3.0 this year.
    Billet Heavy duty auto tensioner
    A&A stage 2 fuel system
    A&A second drive with dedicated belt for blower
    Innovators west 10% overdrive balancer 8"
    Alky control twin nozzle straight meth kit
    52mm blow off valve
    92# injectors at 4 bar

    ENGINE MODS
    Fast 102 this is coming off Less then 1500 kms on it $900 if anyone wants it.
    all new valve train including timing chain.
    Inconel high temp valves
    Scoggin dickey stage 2 cnc ported and polished 243 cylinder heads
    cam is 231/239.617/.624 113 lsa.
    160 stat
    kooks 1 3/4 long tube headers with offroad x pipe
    corsa sports exhaust
    K&N cold air intake also up for sale $350 takes it.
    forged 402 stroker kit with wiseco pistons. compression will be bumped to 9.5 to 1
    crank rated for 1500 hp
    block will be line honed
    Fully race balanced rotating assembly
    ARP head and main studs
    Cometic gaskets and king bearings
    RXT twin clutch
    Tick adjustable clutch master cylinder
    new slave cylinder and throw out bearing

    So guys that's the list. I've been told this is a pretty safe setup and should be laying down around 850 rwhp. that's fine for this year. Next year once we do a few drivetrain upgrades ill put on the 2.75 and spin the blower harder. so what do you guys think???
     
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    Hoooooooooooooly Craaaaaaaaaap! Sounds like a wicked build! I think the only item you missed would be a 6 pack of new underwear! :D...... Or at least that is what I would need with that much power....

    Can't wait to see your build!
     
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    Looks like a solid build. Couple of things stick out, that cam doesn't look too supercharger friendly, it's an NA cam by the looks of it. Not a huge deal, you'll make more power down low, you'll lose some boost (not necessarily a bad thing) but it will tail off and lose out at the top end pretty quickly to a blower cam or a custom cam with no overlap, much wider separation and longer duration split. Those headers will be restrictive also.

    I'll sub to this thread as I'm very curious. All the best with this.
     
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    hey bud frgot to post up but I stuck with the cam and was quite happy with the results.. with 16 degrees total timing we managed to pull 926 rwhp out of it. gonna do a velocity stack and c16 tune next spring and aim for 1000+ rwhp. car is a handful now to say the least but I love it. Arun ahuja keeps showing his talents as the best tuner in Canada and one of the best in North America!!!!
     
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    Glad to hear you got it up and running. Posts some vids or charts.
     
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    Wowser.... St. John's to Corner Brook in 8.42 ..... I damn near need new underwear just reading about it..... Would also love to see some video.....
     
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    Wicked numbers! Should be able to fly over all of the freakin' potholes on our roads
     
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    Sounds like an excellent build curious to see how you make out with it.
     
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    This is a beast under development. I also have a little interogation about the size of the headers. will 13/4 be big enought???
     
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    any new updates on this build?
     
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