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07-07-2003 11:59 PM
66Mustang Besides the fact that if the car didnt do a backflip when gassed, it would need slicks for the tires to last a day (if I had it anyway...) what would be wrong with putting that engine in a corvette? I must get whatever they put that in cuz that is one sweet engine.
07-06-2003 12:06 AM
nightrain_rod That is a Cadillac V16 Concept that they came up with to put in some concept car,but I did hear something about them putting them in the upcoming Escalade's.From the factory,that engine produces 1,000 horsepower.I forgot about torque,but I think that it's about the same.If Chevy puts THAT in the Corvette,they 'ought to be shot.

07-05-2003 11:51 PM
2005 Corvette

I read some article on it but couldnt figure out if it was saying that THIS engine would be in there or if it was just a concept model for the v8's. If anyone could enlighten me...

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