This is a very well done car, in my opinion. Modified just enough to make it a powerful machine and still look like a 1966 Chevelle. I say ‘WOW” you will too when you read the article. (see the link above)
The Power Plant And Putting It To The Ground
The motor itself is an LS 418 cubic inch stroker with a Lunati crank and H-Beam rods connected to forged pistons. The top end is comprised of ported LS3 heads with an LS9 supercharger. All the machining and assembly of the motor was performed by Scoggin Dickey out of Texas. Mated to the motor is a T-56 six speed transmission that’s outfitted with an ACT dual disc clutch to help lay the power down to the pavement. All this equaled out on the dyno to an impressive 600 hp and 650 lb.-ft. of torque at the wheels.
Got a monster chevy in the garage? Project or not…let me hear about it!!
Thanks for reading.