So I am fighting with something here. My Trans Am had a built LQ9 in it. Stock rotating assembly, hypereutectic flattop pistons .02 over, iron block. Mild build on the heads and a good mild cam. Was making enough power to smoke the 530 rwtq clutch. I was driving right through it. Well, the cam tunnel ended up not being completely concentric and ate up the cam bearings. It is back out of the car and I'm going to be rebuilding it. Initially I thought I'd have the cam tunnel line honed and replace the bearings. I was having the heads CNC ported and reworked to be pretty badass and have a lot healthier cam going in it. Well, got a good deal on an LS2 shortblock, so my plans are starting to change a bit. Here's my quandry. Do I get the Ls2 block cleaned up and use my rotating assembly in it....or do I part out both shortblocks, keep the LS2 block and go with a 4.00" stroker crank? Yeah, more expensive, but it is all forged which will help with the spray I'm throwing at it. The car can take it. It now has a Monster triple disc clutch that is rated for like 1200 rwtq so clutch is ok. Also has a strong Moser 9", built Tick T56, all tubular suspension, blah blah blah. Car is built to go fucking fast. It is also mostly a street car though. Just not sure if it is worth the money. Of course, if I do the stroker the car will pretty much be maxed out with what I want to do with it. Dammit, so torn.