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B16 head build up

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by crxlsvtec1221, Mar 28, 2006.

  1. crxlsvtec1221

    crxlsvtec1221 Member

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    sup people i just interested in a couple of suggestions bout how i should build this b16 head nothing too agressive just a bit mild so far i have stage 2 crower cams and cam gears . help me out wit some ideas lookin for a n/a setup
     
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    VTECPOWER Senior Member

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    Ever consider getting some higher cr pistons? That would help some with the cams you are running now.
    Also look into a nice port and polish including matching the intake manifold.
     
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    my blocks and heads deck was recently shaved yet i dont know how true this is i was told this from the person i purchased the motor from im guessin this could some how effect wut pistons i get if any
     
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    It might affect your piston to valve clearance depending on how marginal the clearance may be. If you are running a really big dome on the pistons, it might be close, but you'd have to check.
     
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