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Old 10-22-2021, 08:52 AM   #1
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Now THIS would move an RV right along :)

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May have to replace the dual tires with super singles.

If you could keep the 7-10 mpg, it would be an awesome transplant.
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Old 10-22-2021, 10:25 AM   #3
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May have to replace the dual tires with super singles.

If you could keep the 7-10 mpg, it would be an awesome transplant.
That engine probably wouldn't average 7 to 10 mpg on a go cart. LOL
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Old 10-22-2021, 01:15 PM   #4
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Looks like GM one-upped Ford's "Godzilla" engine quite nicely.
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Old 10-22-2021, 02:37 PM   #5
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May have to replace the dual tires with super singles.

If you could keep the 7-10 mpg, it would be an awesome transplant.

Do you mean 7-10 gpm?
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Old 10-22-2021, 02:46 PM   #6
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I don’t know. A plaid electric model S is north of 1000 HP. And a lot simpler. What kind of vehicle do they expect to put these in?
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It is a pure drag racing engine. They tested it to 200 1/4 mile runs.

The 572 is a closer to a street engine.
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It is a pure drag racing engine. They tested it to 200 1/4 mile runs.

The 572 is a closer to a street engine.
That makes a little more sense. I don’t know much about drag racing but are those normal designed to work on 93 octane like this one?
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It would do nicely in the 1933 Coupe I am planning to build. Was planning on LS motor but may look in to this. I saw it on another forum earlier.
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It would do nicely in the 1933 Coupe I am planning to build. Was planning on LS motor but may look in to this. I saw it on another forum earlier.
Would love to see pics. Wish I had the skill set for that kind of thing.
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Isn't that what is optional in a new Corvette?
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It is a pure drag racing engine. They tested it to 200 1/4 mile runs.

The 572 is a closer to a street engine.
This engine is streetable. It's a bored and stroked 572.
93 octane pump gas.
Granted it would be a beast but you could street this all day long.
A friend has a 572 in a 72 Chevelle and he drives it all over the place without any problems. Never had it at the strip.
Well he has one problem....he goes through back tires from doing massive burnouts.
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This engine is streetable. It's a bored and stroked 572.
93 octane pump gas.
Granted it would be a beast but you could street this all day long.
A friend has a 572 in a 72 Chevelle and he drives it all over the place without any problems. Never had it at the strip.
Well he has one problem....he goes through back tires from doing massive burnouts.
Any engine is "streetable". This is not an RV engine.
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This is not an RV engine.[/QUOTE]

Duh
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