A Golen Engine 383-cube Gen-II LT1 built for the street was featured on Chevy Hardcore! This build is running a SCAT Crankshafts 9000 series steel 3.750-inch-stroke crankshaft and a set of 6.000-inch forged 4340 I-beam rods, which were upgraded with ARP rod bolts.
Despite the popularity of the Gen 1 SBC, LS platform and the direct-injected LT1 platform, Golen Engine is still working hard on their classic Gen-II LT1 builds for their customers (and we don’t blame them). For quite some time, they’ve offered a ready-to-go 383-cube street-oriented budget LT1 package (that runs SCAT Crankshafts parts).
Take a look at this recent 383ci LT1 build on the dyno:
To read about everything that goes into Golen Engine’s LT1 builds, read their full feature on Chevy Hardcore.
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