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550+ rw streetable hp out of a 383 ls1 N/A ?

This is a discussion on 550+ rw streetable hp out of a 383 ls1 N/A ? within the Internal Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Originally Posted by Marc 85Z28 As far as the TSP 346 car goes, it made around 510rwhp through a 5000+ ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc 85Z28 View Post
    As far as the TSP 346 car goes, it made around 510rwhp through a 5000+ stall torque converter. Who knows what compression, but they said it wasn't pump gas friendly. NOT a street car by anyone's standards.

    That's funny, sounds just like the scenario I painted just a few posts previous.

    I've been down this road with Gen 1 small blocks. Although it might not be a street car by some peoples standards, I for one don't mind it that much, and still have a car like this, it spends most of it's time on the street. Like I said, it's all what someone is willing to tolerate.
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