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> > Personally, although an aluminum pushrod 350 would be fine, my choice
> would be the Northstar V8, which is aluminum, and extremely compact for
> what it contains. Since the centre of gravity for the engine would be
> closer to the front axle, you would have a lower polar moment of inertia
> for the whole car. The available power far exceeds anything the I-5 could
> achieve, and the smoothness and economy would be fantastic. Furthermore,
> the Northstar revs much more freely than the I-5, and runs smoother all
> the way to the redline, which is higher than the I-5. Win-Win-Win-Win
OK, where do I sign up?
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