This is a discussion on Project car!! within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I wanted to get somemore input on my project car, the 95 formula that I'v decided to do a LS1 ...
11-18-2008, 05:35 PM #1
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- Nov 2008
- Jacksonville FL
- 1995 formula
I wanted to get somemore input on my project car, the 95 formula that I'v decided to do a LS1 conversion on. I'm in the procese of ordering all my new suspension parts including the new K-rail from BMR. The moter is goin to end up being a stroked 383 with a 4.0 stroke with dished pistons (forged aluminum) 8.5 to 1 compresion. Cam lob is still undecided. I'm going to probably us mildly ported LS6 heads. I am going to stay with the fuel injection so here is my delema?? The reason the compression is so low, as you probably already guessed is because I am going to either supercharge this motor or go with twin smaller turbo's rather than one bigger one. I would like some opinions on witch way you guys feel is best? Please remember I am aware that the install on the turbo's is much more dificult but I already planed ahead by having the new K-rail made for just that type of install just in case I go that route. Please let me know your thoughts???
11-24-2008, 01:42 AM #2
11-24-2008, 02:29 AM #3
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- Oct 2007
- Beaver Dam KY
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- 1998 Trans Am -Oynx Black
APS twin turbo will fit very well and have greater reliability than most any other setup IMO.
The 383 setup isnt too friendly with ls1 engines. Get a 402/408 setup
The aftermarket k-member will make a world of different in the clearance.
11-26-2008, 03:26 PM #4
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