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ls crank in a gsr block

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by 92Gsrhatch, Mar 9, 2004.

  1. 92Gsrhatch

    92Gsrhatch Member

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    what the best way to put a ls crank in a gsr block...meanin like what is the best pistons,rods,etc.is there any other work besides pistons and rods and puttin the crank on....also which head setup is the best for this....i wanna keep my gsr head but want valvetrain should i use?(cheapest stuff but best preforance)
     
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    sombody know....is this setup even worth it?
     
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    pills_PMD Super Moderator

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    why do you want to put that crank in that block
     
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    someone said it gave u alot of torque
     
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    It'l give you slightly more displacement and slightly more torque. Not worth it IMO. But, if you have your heart set on it, at the very least, use ARP rod bolts on the LS rods, if not forged aftermarkets. PR3 pistons would be sweet for higher compression, too.
     
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    look at the CC's...


    GSR 1797~cc's

    LS 1834~cc's


    not much of a difference to fuck around bottomends and spend like 2k on.....


    stick with what you have.
     
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    Slammed90Lude Senior Member

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    plus the GSR crankshaft is VERY well made- honda did a pretty damn good job of over engineering the crap out of it- i wouldn't bother swapping
     
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