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Introducing the Hemi LS

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636HP!!

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14 minutes ago, Ringo64 said:

636HP!!

It's a start.

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20 minutes ago, Frosty said:

It's a start.

I mean, it'll do. You have to get the groceries in something.

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2 hours ago, Frosty said:

The real test, of course, is if it can pull the trailer right out from underneath the boat. Then you've got something with some get up and go.

Just hope you're not behind it :lol: 

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Yeah but for 5600 for just the heads alone I can buy a whole lot more power adder and hit more than 636

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I totally agree with you. I would put the Arias hemi head for the big block Chevy in the same category. This is a total machismo/ego boasting motor.  It has everything to do with looks,  bragging rights, showing off to people that your LS-powered GM ride is really a Hemi-LS powered beast. Now add a supercharger or twin turbos. This is definitely aimed at the "more money than brains" crowd. Still is might do well.

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On 3/2/2018 at 3:32 PM, notallthere said:

Yeah but for 5600 for just the heads alone I can buy a whole lot more power adder and hit more than 636

Is this enough of power adder for you? For me, it's a good start! B)

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