barslut Posted May 25 Report Share Posted May 25 The engine you see here actually was built about four years ago. "I built a Mazda RX7 with a 3.8-liter turbo, and that thing went 11.30s at 124 all day long, 11.70s if you didn't know how to drive. Well, I figured, more cubes must be better, so I built a 4.1L Caddy V-6 block turbo." Tom knows plenty of people who pooh-pooh his decision to run the Caddy 4.1 block for the extra cubes, but he's had no problems. "A lot of builders don't like to use the 4.1 unless it's a Stage block; supposedly all of the regular 4.1s blow up. But I've done three of 'em, and I've had nothing but good luck. People ask me, what's the magic? There is no magic FULL STORY Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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