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Old 11-10-2006, 08:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Has anyone shaved the block or had any valve work done? If so how is it working?
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Good link for an all motor build

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I think Boshart MotorSports has on there car
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I think Boshart MotorSports has on there car
Doubt it...unless its a recent thing. They're rally license limits them to mods.
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After doing some more reading i will stay away from the block shaving.
I'm just going to go with some 86mm domed pistons from JEPistons.
I'm also going to swap out as many bolts as i can with ARP'S. Good call on the all motor Kinkyllama, I think i will enjoy this much more than just doing forced induction. When i change the pistons i'm going to have the crank lightened, As per Super Street for every pound you remove from the crank and pullys you can expect about a 2.5hp gain. I will post pics as i go. The test pipe is working better today, I think it's from the temp drop in florida. If i get no codes by next friday i'm going to get a cat from the junk yard and hollow it out, I was shocked to see how big the ID was on the in and out of the cat. The power gains are good, I can feel a much harder pull. The target will be 200 crank hp, That should put me over the Civic si accross the board.
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