By The Numbers
'71 Chevrolet Chevelle
Scott Emanuele * Franklin, WI
Vehicle weight w/driver: 3,750 pounds
Rear-wheel horsepower: 751 hp @ 6,100 rpm (previous turbos)
Best ET: 10.5 at 138 mph
Type: Chevrolet LS1 displacing 350.6 cubic inches (3.905 bore x 3.66 stroke)
Block: 2000 vintage
Compression ratio: 8.2:1
Oiling: modified OE oil pan, SLP ported high-volume pump
Rotating assembly: 3.66-inch stroke OE nodular iron crankshaft (polished), Lunati Super Light 4340 billet rods, and Wiseco forged reverse-dome pistons
Cylinder heads: TEA LM7 5.3L Stage 2, ported; .052-inch thick GM MLS gaskets
Camshaft: Comp Cams hydraulic roller (224 deg. @ .050; .581 lift @ 6,000rpm)
Valvetrain: 2.02/1.57-inch valves, 1.7:1 OE rocker arms
Induction: LS6 intake, 75mm throttle body
Power adder: Precision Turbo PT61 turbochargers, 18psi boost
Ignition: GM LQ9 6.0L coils
Exhaust: 321 stainless steel exhaust manifolds, 304 stainless 3-inch downpipes, 3-inch Torque Tech exhaust system, Dynomax Ultraflow mufflers
Fasteners: ARP bolts and studs throughout
Built by: Scott Emanuele
Transmission: Hipster Turbo 400 ATD w/trans brake, Neal Chance 10-inch converter, 2,600-rpm stall speed
Driveshaft: custom 3.5-inch dia. metal matrix composite shaft, 4340 1350-series yokes, by Denny's Driveshafts
Rear axle: Chevrolet 12-bolt, 3.00 x 0.25-inch axle tubes, Mark Williams 33-spline axles, Tom's Differentials billet carrier caps, Detroit Tru-Trac 3-series differential carrier, U.S. Gear 3.08:1 ring-and-pinion, T/A aluminum pre-load cover
Front suspension: factory spindles, polygraphite bushings, stock coil springs, Competition Engineering adjustable shock absorbers, 1-inch dia. anti-sway bar
Rear suspension: relocated control arms, narrowed 12-bolt, stock springs, CE adjustable shock absorbers, no anti-swaybar
Brakes: Touring Classics C5 13-inch discs, front; '97 Z28 11.5-inch discs, rear
Wheels & Tires
Wheels: Centerline Pintail 17x8, front; 17xll, rear
Tires: BFG Comp T/A 255/45ZR17, front; Goodyear GS-SC 315/35ZR17, rear