"Swapped intake and exhaust"
"One VERY big intake and one modestly sized exhaust valve"
"Twisted shaped high-flowing intake and exhaust ports"
"Centralized spark plug"
“Buried the pump and injectors in the valley to reduce 'click' from the DI system at idle.”
“Deck height is the same, rod length, stroke and bore are the same. Crank to cam centerline are the same." "We hope it is very difficult to crack the computer code." (Eeep!)
"There will still be LS crate and service engines being built. No more further LS engine development."
I'm not . None of those are exactly new (or "uncracked") technologies...and that is far from the first time I've heard that about an ECU.
Ed Runnion -- San Jose CA -- firstname.lastname@example.org
96 BBB, Red Bowtie Mod...that's my story and I'm sticking to it!
ROD SCCA ISSCA HAIL NASSA FASST
2006 GMC Sierra 2500 HD, Duramax/Allison, a little better than GM made it
2012 Hyundai Genesis Coupe R-Spec, 3.8L V6, Daily Driver and Autocross Toy (yes, it's RWD)