Many of the guys here at 1A have a project of some sort that they are working on. “1ADan” is no exception, and he is racing to get it drivable for our car show on July 31st. That’s still 30 days away though, what could possibly be so hard? Well…. if you want the full story, you can check out his entire build thread on thirdgen.org. If you want the cliff notes, you are in the right place. (more…)
Can you believe that brand new from GM this bare cylinder head was only slightly over $200? Over the weekend, I spent a fair amount of time staring at a 6.2L L92 engine out of a Cadillac Escalade, along with all of it’s wonderful aluminum parts. It made me want to build one for myself really badly. The weight savings, the easy power, the plentiful parts. There is no downside to this?! At $200 per bare head, you could build a complete set of these awesome flowing, 70cc combustion chamber, aluminum cylinder heads for like $800 (maybe cheaper if you are savvy). These L92 heads, when combined with the right intake manifold, will allow you to effortlessly make 500+ hp without any power adders. Just bolt it together and enjoy your tire smoke. After years of dealing with cast iron SBC and BBC cylinder heads, blocks, and intake manifolds, I don’t think I can go back. I feel obligated to grab new technology by the horns and do a dance with it. Who’s with me on this?