Nice feature on Quentin’s 7-second Torana which features our CNC ported GM LS heads.
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NA v Supercharged at Harrop Performance Centre. Great to support a professional outfit like Harrop. There is an age-old argument about which is better NA or Supercharged, while we don’t want to try and solve it, we take a look at the different characteristics of two LS3 cars that took a different path to enhanced performance.
Well known cylinder head specialist Nathan Higgins of Higgins Race Developments uncovered. HRD was the first Australian company to manufacture a 6-bolt LS cylinder head and in more recent times are now manufacturing Ford Small block and Holden V8 CNC ported cylinder heads.
Harrop LSA Stage 5 delivers ultimate performance to Gen-F/F2 HSV owners through the addition of Higgins CNC ported cylinder heads to the popular Stage 4 package, here they take a look at the performance increase on a near new HSV GTS.
8-second turbo wagon cracking out huge power on the dyno. This engine features Higgins 6-bolt heads.
Well done to Tim who set a new personal best at Calder Park over the weekend. The LSX features HRD LS7 CNC ported 6-bolt heads, HRD spec camshaft and new to market HRD valve covers.
Tim’s Holden Monaro CV8 [ Pontiac GTO ] street car has run into the nines. The car is powered by a naturally aspirated LSX 454ci V8 engine that Tim has built himself at home. The engine features CNC ported CID cylinder heads and a Higgins spec solid roller camshaft all running on regular pump unleaded petrol tuned by Westernlink Automotive.
Luke’s Holden Torana is aided by Higgins CNC ported LS3 heads.
Tim Holmyard’s nitrous assisted Commodore runs hard at the track. The car has undergone a complete new engine setup. Power now comes from an LSX V8 complete Higgins CNC heads and a Wilson Direct port nitrous system. Tim ran close to his personal best pass on a moderate nitrous shot and soft launch so it looks like there is plenty …
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