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I realized that after putting a 12 inch lift and 37's on the DCLB truck, there is no way to ever make it fast again, no matter how much power it puts out.
So I ended up buying a 2010 RCSB and picked it up on the weekend.
The new forged motor will go into that truck.
However, I have to put that project on hold for a while until I pay off the money that I spent on the new truck.

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I realized that after putting a 12 inch lift and 37's on the DCLB truck, there is no way to ever make it fast again, no matter how much power it puts out.
So I ended up buying a 2010 RCSB and picked it up on the weekend.
The new forged motor will go into that truck.
However, I have to put that project on hold for a while until I pay off the money that I spent on the new truck.

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I realized that after putting a 12 inch lift and 37's on the DCLB truck, there is no way to ever make it fast again, no matter how much power it puts out.
So I ended up buying a 2010 RCSB and picked it up on the weekend.
The new forged motor will go into that truck.
However, I have to put that project on hold for a while until I pay off the money that I spent on the new truck.
well, there is that....
completely understandable. Time to go the an LSX platform for more power..... J/K
i'm starting to look into gathering bits for a forged build myself.
i got beat up the other day by a CTS-V. need to get more power/displacement.
of course, i had a good suspicion it was over when the electric cutouts opened up.....
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Had to put the project on hold due to having another baby last year and buying the 2010 RCSB.
Finally got some money together.
The block, crank, rods and pistons are going to Muscle Motors in Strathmore, AB, Canada to have the machine work done and the rotating assembly balanced.
They should be finished in a month or two, hopefully this motor will be in the truck later this year.

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Hi Vitor, Thanks for sharing your experience. Any update?

I myself got a 2012 supercharged RCSB. I am interested in adding more HP and not really sure where to start. Blowing engines are nightmares so I want to start with forged internals surely.

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need more fuel while spraying

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need more fuel while spraying
Pretttyyyyy sure he knows about AFRs...But thanks.

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No probl.
fact remains it went lean and or needs to retard the timing at the top end . IE: melted piston.

Under boost and spray ,, the timing and fuel curve is very complex . Its hard enough getting it close normally aspirated .
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Hi Vitor, Thanks for sharing your experience. Any update?

I myself got a 2012 supercharged RCSB. I am interested in adding more HP and not really sure where to start. Blowing engines are nightmares so I want to start with forged internals surely.
The block is still in the machine shop.
Forged rods and pistons will run you around 3 grand for the parts.
If you want serious power, start with that.
Or you can just slap a couple of blower pulleys onto the engine and enjoy it while it lasts.

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Hi Vitor, Thanks for sharing your experience. Any update?

I myself got a 2012 supercharged RCSB. I am interested in adding more HP and not really sure where to start. Blowing engines are nightmares so I want to start with forged internals surely.
The block is still in the machine shop.
Forged rods and pistons will run you around 3 grand for the parts.
If you want serious power, start with that.
Or you can just slap a couple of blower pulleys onto the engine and enjoy it while it lasts.
Just ordered forged pistons and rods from Wiseco. Next in the wish list: springs, valves and retainers.I will start a new thread once I get all the parts and proceed with the engine build. Good luck, keep us posted.

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The block has been bored and decked.
Waiting on the main bore honing and rotating assembly balancing.
I have also decided to have the machine shop do the short block bearing clearancing and assembly.
Originally I was going to do it, but I think they will do a better job vs my "made in China" bore gauges and micrometers.

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The block has been bored and decked.
Waiting on the main bore honing and rotating assembly balancing.
I have also decided to have the machine shop do the short block bearing clearancing and assembly.
Originally I was going to do it, but I think they will do a better job vs my "made in China" bore gauges and micrometers.
And you are going to be tuning this new engine how?
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And you are going to be tuning this new engine how?
For now, stock ECU.
Later, custom DAP tune on the dyno.

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@ViktorG how is your project going?

I have noticed that there is an oil leak on my valves covers both sides so I went for a compression test.
No. 3 at 100 PSI so I guess it has to do with the oil ring.

I may not have a better chance to start building a forged engine. Almost got a set of pistons and rods from Wiseco. My questions is do I really need performance valves and springs?

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