So my answer was a "waste of time opinion"? Screw you then. So wall thickness isn't an issue for you. I guess your engines do not obey the laws of physics.I actually praised GOD for you.. Just a GOOD answer, no attitude or 'waste of time' opinions..
If any others have good info to share, 'cmon, lets have it.:thumbup:
I'm going out now to take a lood-see. I forgot what casting heads I got.
According to an article in Chevy High Performance the L92 heads are not compatible to the 3.9 bore of the LS1. See this article: Performance Chevy LS Engine Comparison - Chevy High Performance Magazine. You can probably pickup most of the stuff from a auto recycler. You would use the fuel log, injectors, throttle body from a LS1 engine.You can call the cam manufacturer and they can tell you what the most cam you can run with your heads. Also if you are boring to 3.9 you can run l92 heads for more power. Lots of good LS info on Ls1 tech website too.
WOW! Why would you take it that way?So my answer was a "waste of time opinion"? Screw you then. So wall thickness isn't an issue for you. I guess your engines do not obey the laws of physics.