How We Built A 638 HP LS9 Engine For A Corvette ZR1


Mon, Oct 19th, 2009 07:08 by capnasty NEWS

Ben Wojdyla visited GM's Performance Build Center (PBC) in Wixom, Michigan to build an LS9 engine -- the most powerful production engine GM's ever built -- and the 638 HP beating heart powerplant underneath the hood of the Corvette ZR1 -- all while being taught the tricks of engine assembly trade by the man who's built more LS9's than anyone else.



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