By The Numbers

'86 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Frank Troila, 58 * Elmhurst, IL
Vehicle weight w/driver: 3,500 pounds
Best e.t.: 10.52 at 134 mph
Type: Chevrolet displacing 468 cubic inches
(4.25 bore x 4.00 stroke)
Block: 1970 4-bolt main LS6, bored 0.060-inch
Compression ratio: 12.5:1
Oiling: Stef's deep-sump pan and pump
Rotating assembly: GM steel crankshaft
and forged connecting rods,
TRW forged pistons
Cylinder heads: cast-iron hi-po rectangular port,
CNC-ported, 2.19/1.88 valves
Camshaft: COMP solid roller,
264/268 degrees duration,
.690-inch lift, 108 degree LCA installed at 104,
7/4 swapped firing order
Valvetrain: COMP 1.7:1 aluminum roller
rocker arms, double valvesprings,
pushrods, locks and retainers,
Pete Jackson gear drive
Induction: 1,250-cfm Holley Dominator,
Weiand Team G intake manifold
matched to heads, K&N air filter
Power adder: none
Ignition: MSD 6AL box,
Pro Billet distributor, Blaster coil,
and 8.5mm primary wires,
ACCEL 261 spark plugs,
37 degrees total timing
Exhaust: Hooker Pro Comp 2?-inch
ceramic-coated primary pipes,
3.5-inch collectors,
3-inch full-length exhaust pipes,
four Flowmaster mufflers
Fasteners: ARP
Built by: Jimmy Lopez of JLO
Competition Engines, Aurora, IL

Transmission: TCI Turbo 400,
reverse-shift pattern manual valvebody,
3,300-rpm stall speed 10-inch torque converter,
fluid cooler, Outlaw shifter
Driveshaft: 3-inch-diameter chromemoly steel
Rear axle: Strange Engineering 9-inch,
narrowed three inches,
4.56:1 ring-and-pinion,
31-spline axles, limited-slip differential
Front suspension: Koni double-adjustable
shock absorbers, stock spindles,
shock absorbers, and control arms,
weight jacking screws
Rear suspension: HAL (now QA1) coilover
shock absorbers,
Alston Race Cars adjustable ladder bars
Brakes: stock Monte Carlo disc, front;
11-inch Wilwood disc, rear
Wheels & Tires
Wheels: Weld Draglites, 15x4, front; 15x8, rear
Tires: Goodyear Front Runner 28.0x4.5, front;
M/T ET Drag 29.5x10.5, rear