But not just any LS motor.
The guys at Chevy Hardcore were looking to build something that could tear up the track during the day and get you home safely and comfortably at night. So they turned to RHS for an aluminum LS race block and asked the guys at LME in Houston to come up with the recipe for 700 streetable horsepower.
We covered the short block assembly in Hardcore LS (Part 1). Now, we’re ready to share the top-end assembly, which features goodies from COMP Cams, FAST, Chevrolet Performance Parts, and more. Get the details by scrolling through the slideshow above and find the final dyno results in the last slide.