I have an LS1 ready to go in my 19' Baker tunnel jet. It has Bassett Racing Headers (Cleveland w/ LS7 header flanges), sand buggy dry mufflers, and JetHot coated. I used an SSP wiring harness (less than $300) and a 411 PCM. I had to send the PCM in for an exchange unit ( Rodney, Spare ECM) because my HPT would not let me license it due to VIN block issues. I should have the new PCM back by Friday and then I can complete the initial tune. I will be doing a SD tune, modified from the previous Corvette tune. I do have stock O2 sensors in place for the time being. I will be using an Innovate wide band data recorder along with the HPT scanner to nail down the VE table.
The engine is a 346 with CNC heads, mild cam and FAST intake manifold and throttle body. This engine put 420 hp to the wheels in a Corvette so I estimate around 480 flywheel hp. Once I get things sorted out with the 346 cid engine, I have a 454 cid LS2/LS7 engine that will go in next.
This thing looks very different from the usual carburetor/blower installations... With the low intake manifold and forward facing throttle body, there is nothing between the headers... Very Alien!
I'm looking to put it on the water this week end or soon after. Should be something different and I hope special...