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    wheel2wheel does more then c5r

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    talking about the warhawk blocks, there is deffinataley nothing else out there with more potential for making reliable power. The world casting have always been 3-4 times as strong as a stock castings checked at the same thickness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 427ls1 View Post
    talking about the warhawk blocks, there is deffinataley nothing else out there with more potential for making reliable power. The world casting have always been 3-4 times as strong as a stock castings checked at the same thickness.
    Do you use there product ? Could you also answer my question to my previous post's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramrod View Post
    I will agree with you the Warhawk block is awesome! I just don't like how thin the cylinder walls are on it thou. It's to risky for that 454 block! I do however had heard good things about Motown blocks.

    Sarge ! That 455 you posted made me feel at ease. Thicker walls.
    The World Products blocks have a .100" wall thickness and the C5R has .080".....so not sure it would be called thinner.....

    I read GM Highperformance this month and apparently they are coming out with a block that will support 2500hp......can't wait to see that one.....

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    I think the bottom line to the original question is this,
    There are some really good motors out there for sale with no customer service issues for the same price as a SLP. Why take a chance?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarge View Post
    I think the bottom line to the original question is this,
    There are some really good motors out there for sale with no customer service issues for the same price as a SLP. Why take a chance?
    I just hope I dont have an issue with my SLP motor.....but had I know about the World Products block before I purchased mine I would of had one of those....

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