TA Performance, again has gone were no other Buick parts vendor has gone before... The first ever aftermarket Buick cylinder block! Designed specifically for the performance minded Turbo 6 enthusiast, this block offers the strength and options that previous blocks did not provide. The TA block incorporates superior rigidity and similar cubic inch potential to the Stage 2 iron blocks with out alienating the street and strip individual. This block incorporates all the necessary features to be used as are placement block for a daily driver all the way to a 2000 HP full race application, and everywhere in between!
- Available in OFF center or ON center versions
- Six bolt mains, 4 vertical, 2 horizontal (front cap has 2 vertical, 2 horizontal)
- Dual bell housing bolt pattern to fit Chevrolet and B.O.P. type transmissions
- Improved oil passages and grooved main journals for maximum oil delivery
- Thick steel sleeves for strength and overbore options up to 4.000”
- 14 bolt “dry” head pattern allows use of 8 bolt or 14 bolt heads with no additional preparation
- Works with 3.400” (stock) or 3.625” stroke crankshafts
- Dry sump oil feed and return provisions front and rear
- Turbo oil feed and return provisions
- Additional coolant feeds at the front
- Cross braced lifter valley and reinforced lifter bores
- Manual transmission linkage provision - Oil gauge boss
- Knock sensor provision
- Coolant drain bosses
- Steel Billet Main caps included
- 9.540” Deck Height
Notes: Blocks have been main lined to be .001" under the low side. The baffle in the oil pan will need to be modified due to the relocation of the dipstick tube hole in the block. Blocks come with 3.890” Sleeves for a 3.900”- 4.00” finished bore. 3.790” are available upon request for a 3.800” finished bore size.
Dave Fiscus of Batavia Ohio holds a few distinctive records in the Turbo (Buick) Street Outlaw community. He holds the ET & MPH records PLUS the most wins in a season EVER! The TA Aluminum block was instrumental in these accomplishments. According to Dave, when he was running a Stage 2 iron block it wasn’t often that the engine survived an event. In 2006, not only did the TA block
survive an event, it survived all of them, after each race the car was able to be driven on to the trailer. During the 2006 season there was never a reason to pull the TA aluminum blocked engine from the car!
“The best thing for me about the `06 Bowling Green event wasn’t that I won, but that I was able to drive the car onto the trailer at the end of the day.”