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Just like the title says, the LSX block was officially released 5/31.

Part #19166454
Dealer Price is $1,750.00
 

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another option

http://www.worldcastings.com/prods_pages/086210.htm

Specifications of...
Warhawk LS7X Aluminum Blocks

http://www.worldcastings.com/prods_pages/add_info/086210_002_keyfetrs.htm


Material: A357-T6 aircraft aluminum alloy
Deck Heights: 9.240" and 9.800" (.600" minimum deck thickness)
Motor Mounts: LS1 and early small block Chevy
Head Studs: Provisions to use 2 extra studs per cylinder (optional)
Bore Sizes: 4.000" and 4.125" (w/.100" dry sleeves & .300" support
Cam Bores: Can be machined up to 60mm
Stud Holes: Counterbored to eliminate distortion
Components: Accommodates all standard GM LS-series
Oil Systems: Can accommodate dry sump (scavenge p/u at rear)
Crank Clearance: 9.240" block accepts 4.00" stroke, 9.800" accepts 4.50" stroke
Main Caps: Billet steel C5R-style with 200,000 psi ARP fasteners
Lubrication: Priority main (feeds crankshaft first and top-end last)
 

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Hey Grumpy.

Yeah Ive looked at the Warhawk, pretty stout piece, really nice that its Al alloy instead of the iron of the LSX. LSX (I think) has the edge in max cubes and lower price.
 
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