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Jack Valiant

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1,504 posts

122 months

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Most of us Wedge addicts are always looking for more power / performance. At the moment i am looking at the options that will give me real significant improvements in BHp. This includes everything from a complete engine transplant to cost effective mods that will deliver real improvements. Speaking to Dom at TVR Power he recommends this:

http://www.tvrpower.co.uk/store/slug/electronic-ig...

Anyone had experience of the real numbers on a system like this as it is not cheap VsV another bigger capacity engine?

Chris

ralph350i

791 posts

33 months

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Hi Chris
For that money i,ll be changing the lump to a LS1, what sorta power figures has he quoted you mate???

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CHEVY-GEN-III-LS1-LM7-V8...

Cheers


Ralph

Edited by ralph350i on Friday 8th June 21:20

GV

2,124 posts

110 months

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[quote=ralph350i]Hi Chris
For that money i,ll be changing the lump to a LS1, what sorta power figures has he quoted you mate???

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CHEVY-GEN-III-LS1-LM7-V8...

Cheers


Ralph

Great choice for an engine especially for that money....

hallsie

2,039 posts

106 months

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What about a blower?

adam quantrill

7,740 posts

128 months

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£495 I read - well not cheap, but not expensive - then I realised that was just the VAT!!!

Yes - there are better ways - but where are you starting from, what cc's?
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Tasmin200

591 posts

73 months

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Has anyone put a LS1 in a wedge? Does it fit in the hole?

Boosted LS1

13,637 posts

146 months

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When I measured them up eons ago it didn't look viable. The chassis rails seemed to narrow at the back.
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