HPR and GSpeed team up on a 468 cid LS Road Race build - Part II
Moving forward. In sticking with our target of building a reliable big displacement road race engine while using currently available shelf parts without going to crazy on our budget. We are sticking with a hydraulic roller camshaft and OE rocker arms and using current on the market head. A lot of thought and planning had to be done when it came to the camshaft design. Unlike a drag engine that sees only seconds at WOT, this engine is going to see up to 40 mins at a time on track. Louis at GSpeed, Mr. Godbold at Comp Cams, and ourselves...
HPR and GSpeed team up on a 468 cid LS Road Race build - Part I
-Build Thread- HPR and GSpeed have teamed up to showcase a number of new cool and exciting engine and power-train offerings for late model Corvette's, particularly for road racers. In this continuing build thread you will see maybe some things you haven't thought of before, but all are either currently available or so to be available products you can have for your own racer or street car. There has been a common urban myth surrounding the world of road racing, and that has been to have a higher reving engine you need a shorter stroke. You can find this from...
HPR 468. One of our signature engines is the 468 cid LS. The Erik Koenig designed piston, rod, and crank combo make this unique in that everything fits inside of a standard deck height LS block (iron or aluminum) so fitment in almost any chassis does not require any special engine mounts or exhaust. Serial number 001 will be making its way into a local road race car, stay tuned for updates!