TSP 441 C.I.D. LS7 Short-Block
Racing Use Only, Not Legal for Road Use
All Texas Speed & Performance 438/441 C.I.D. short-blocks use a new GM LS7 aluminum block! The standard price includes a fully-assembled GM LS7 short-block with your choice of 4.10" or 4.125" stroke crankshaft with a 24X or 58X reluctor wheel. A 4.10" stroke crankshaft will net a 438 CID engine, and a 4.125" stroke crankshaft will net a 441 CID engine.
The standard price also includes your choice of Wiseco 4.125" -2.8cc or -22cc piston set, as well as a TSP-exclusive 4.127" -7cc dished piston set. All Wiseco pistons offered are built to accommodate LS1, LS2, LS6, L92, LS3, LS7, and most aftermarket cylinder heads and valve configuration.
Any TSP 441 LS7 will use a 4.125" or 4.127" bore piston set unless otherwise noted. Custom builds are available. We offer multiple brands of connecting rods and crankshafts to suit any type of application. Every engine will come standard with the necessary oil and coolant plugs already installed in the block. We do offer an optional conversion package that will include the LS2 timing cover with a camshaft position sensor, LS2 valley cover, LS2 lifter trays, LS2-specific 1x timing set, and plug-n-play harness extensions for the camshaft position and knock sensor harnesses. This will be required if you are installing the engine into an LS1 vehicle. GM's LS7 block does NOT come pre-drilled for an oil dipstick since it was designed for the 2006+ Corvette Z06 with dry-sump oiling. If you are installing this engine into a car with wet-sump oiling, you will need the dipstick hole drilled! We offer this to our customers for no additional charge. You must specify when ordering! Feel free to give us a call, and we will be more than happy to put an itemized estimate together for you! We also offer additional discounts if you pay via a cashier's check or wire transfer. All engines will ship via truck freight, so if are purchasing online the shipping costs listed will NOT be correct! <b>We will contact you with a shipping cost after your order has been placed. All prices listed do not include the applicable shipping costs!
If you are planning to use a power-adder and exceed 12 psi of boost or a 200 HP shot of nitrous, we would recommend building a 4.00" stroke engine since it will allow for a thicker crown on the piston. All of our engines with Wiseco pistons will use a Napier second ring for maximum oil control. This is just another step that we take with all TSP short-blocks to ensure you get the best quality possible! We also offer expedited service to be able to have your engine built and ready to ship in as little as five business days! The build time will vary according to parts availability. Give us a call for more information!
We do offer an upgrade to 1/2" head studs for those looking to run a large amount of nitrous or boost. The price listed for the 1/2" head stud upgrade will include the cost of the ARP hardware, as well as the necessary machine work. All of the PRC aftermarket casting cylinder heads already have the larger bolt holes to accommodate 1/2" head studs.
All TSP engines will include two oil changes worth of Driven Racing break-in oil for no additional cost. Proper break-in oil and procedures for your engine are just as important as the build process! The Driven Racing break-in oil allows for proper ring sealing against the cylinder walls upon start-up, as well as for the break-in period once the engine is up and running. Most off-the-shelf engine oils do not have the necessary ZDDP additives to allow for proper break-in of a new engine, and we want to take every precaution possible to ensure that your new TSP engine receives a proper break-in! We also offer the Driven Racing oil for your new engine once your break-in is complete. We recommend using either the HR2 conventional non-synthetic or the LS30 full synthetic oil. Please note that the Driven Racing LS30 is the ONLY synthetic oil we recommend using in your engine because it retains the necessary ZDDP additives.
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