Quote Originally Posted by NemesisZ06 View Post
Umm yea. Thats why there are several supercharged C6 Z06's out there right now. On a stock LS7, you dont want to go over 6psi, because of the compression ratio not the thickness of the cylinder walls, but it can handle a supercharger.
this is also very true... Let me re word what I was trying to say...

An aluminum block with thin cylinder walls(i.e. LS7) would not last very long with a small amout of detonation and a large amount of boost, even with lower compression pistons. Hence why people dont buy the lighter LS7 block when they build a high boost engine. They buy the Iron LSx block that is more suited to the rigors of high boost applications.