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GSr build

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by CrazyAzn, Jul 26, 2006.

  1. CrazyAzn

    CrazyAzn Senior Member

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    well heres the deal, i was wondering how much you could mill the head on a gsr/ poormans itr and still be okay.

    my current set up is usdm b16 pistions, block decked .003 with the head milled about .013.

    i acquired a built head that was milled about .035-.040, would this be okay on my motor??? im not fully sure if ne one has put a milled head on this type of set up. . . has ne one done this before?

    i also know i should clay the motor when this is done, but i was just wondering if ne one had any input on this.

    whats the normal amount people mill heads?

    thanks
     
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    97CTR Senior Member

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    .035 -.040" is a little bit on the high side, but you can always run a thicker headgasket to make up for it.
     
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    CrazyAzn Senior Member

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    thats what i thought, but its still kinda far from that wear pad. . . damn i dont wanna clay the motor =T
     
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    97CTR Senior Member

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    What cams and pistons do you plan on running with this new head?
     
  5. CrazyAzn

    CrazyAzn Senior Member

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    there usdm b16 pistions with either gsr cams, or itr cams

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    therse a pick of that lil tab thinge on the head. . . does ne one know what that means? sorry its a lil blurry its off of my phone. . . but if you cant tell its a lil ways off of touching the pad. . . can someone help me out here?
     
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