The engine’s heart is a blueprint L83 aluminum block with race-quality assembly, a forged crank, aluminum pistons and high-flow cylinder heads. The centrifugal supercharger uses an eight-inch belt-drive system, and the truck exhales through a custom stainless steel exhaust system with high-flow catalytic converters. SVE threw everything short of a nuclear reactor into the engine bay of this super truck, making it well over twice as powerful as the original 280-hp Syclone.
All this speed comes at a cost—$79,995, and that’s not including the donor truck. That’s double the cost from the previous V6 model. To get your hands on one, you’ll first need to pay a $10,000 non-refundable deposit to SVE. Then go buy an extended-cab, short-bed 2021 GMC Canyon with 4×4 in Elevation trim, which will set you back around $40,000. The 2021 SVE Syclone quickly racks up a six-figure price tag, though SVE only plans on building 50 of them.
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