The LSA came equipped with rectangle port (LS3-style) cylinder heads. However, the supercharged heads were Rotocast for added strength. The engines also use the same 4.065 in. bore block. In fact, the engine block casting number is the same as the LS3.
Got a dog (or well-trained llama) too big to sit in a seat? A good pet barrier can keep them securely in the back—away from your steering wheel and Stray Cats CDs. Most pet barriers offer a universal fit, with adjustable legs that secure to your vehicle’s floor and ceiling. There are larger options available for cargo areas of minivans and SUVs, along with compact barriers designed specifically for the back seat of a car.
The build took Edwards more than two years to complete, and he funded the entire build out of his own pocket. “This is a completely home-built project, no professionals involved,” Edwards said. “From the design and construction of the frame to the finished paint, it was all home-built.” The belly tank racer was built with strict adherence to the SCTA rule book, and Edwards intended to race his creation at the Utah Salt Flats Racing Association‘s World of Speed event in 2017.
Upgrades are usually done in stages. Each level will provide more performance than the one before it. However, they will also be more involved and expensive. The first upgrade we recommend is tuning the computer. This involves changing the fuel and ignition curves to optimize performance. A good tune can gain up to 40 hp on a stock engine. (Any significant upgrade will require re-tuning the computer.)