For some of you these statistics aren't news, but for the rest (especially because of the recent pushrod thread), I thought I ought to share. These stats are from the April 12th AutoWeek article entitled Aye, Carrera! : (00:01*April*12,*2004) ¡Aye, Carrera! The First Full Test of Porsche's Carrera GT Supercar By MIKE DUFF 2004 PORSCHE CARRERA GT ON SALE: Now PRICE: $440,000 POWERTRAIN: Mid-engine, 5.7-liter/350-cid dohc V10; 605 hp @ 8000 rpm, 435 lb-ft @ 5750 rpm; six-speed manual CURB WEIGHT: 3043 pounds Now, is there any question as to whether it is the dohc or the pushrod ohv engine (of the same size) that makes more power? I will concede that I do not know the weight of this Porsche engine. It may weigh considerably more than the LS6. I do know that the engine weight was an important consideration for the argument that pushrod engines are superior.