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For you LS fans


Something different.

Have you seen this?

http://v12ls.com

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No and WOW, I guess that's the new era Big Block. 



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I saw that a while back, and as cool as that is, my first reaction is "why?"

A regular LS with a few upgraded parts and some boost is already capable of so much. Why make it longer, heavier etc?



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Size matters in the league they are in. 



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As 57 Pathfinder states, a guy can make power like that easier and cheaper, but talk about bragging rights!

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Cool. But I'd much sooner have the LT4.



-- Edited by Mondo Poncho on Sunday 1st of October 2017 04:19:24 PM

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57 Pathfinder wrote:

I saw that a while back, and as cool as that is, my first reaction is "why?"

A regular LS with a few upgraded parts and some boost is already capable of so much. Why make it longer, heavier etc?


 Agree. A lot of bucks for a long block. Then custom ECM to fire 12 cyl,wiring,fuel rails etc etc. As Carl states...bragging rights.

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73SC wrote:

Size matters in the league they are in. 


 If you want size there are a few other ways you could go for the money, and likely get better results. 

 

Here for $29,900 is this:

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615 cid Sonny Leonard Pontiac engine, 1000 hp on 92 octane.



-- Edited by 57 Pathfinder on Monday 2nd of October 2017 10:21:45 PM

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