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cower 402's

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by typesiracing, Jul 2, 2004.

  1. typesiracing

    typesiracing Senior Member

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    Just recieved my crower 402's and i'm looking at the cam and its huge compared to the SiR cams in the car now. My question is...Does anyone know if i can use this cam with this setup?

    94 gsr block
    type r pistons
    ls crank/rods
    b16a head w/ crower springs/retainers

    The motor is already in the car with stock cams. I questioning it because of the ls stroke and type r dome.

    And does anyone know what spec to set lash at?

    Thanks
     
  2. pissedoffsol

    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    ls crank with ls rods will still top out at the exact same height as gsr/itr crank with gsr/itr rods. the block deck heights are identical.

    i see you running into zero problems... but to be safe, you should clay th emotor for clearences
     
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    thanks....i just thought the crank was bigger...hence the longer stroke...but i guess the reason why you need to use the ls rods is to shorten the piston travel...which i guess in turn makes it the same...
    i appreciate the response...thanks again
     
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