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Magana559's High comp LS build thread

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by Magana559, Nov 25, 2009.

  1. Magana559

    Magana559 The Warden

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    So I now have a set plan on my latest project.

    JG P&P P75 head with all the works (sorry Matt!)

    JG 1001 cams Untill I get Crower 404 or 405's

    82mm USDM P73 pistons (NPR)

    Stock shotpeen PR4 rods

    ARP rod bolts

    PR4 crank

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  2. 34diesel34

    34diesel34 Import Tuner

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    Looking good. How much longer before you have it back together an running?
     
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    thats a god bit of rust

    you have a f'n snake F that shit
     
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    Magana559 The Warden

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    Im thinking by the end of March or so.

    Yes its quite a bit of rust, but its going to be bored and honed to match my pistons the end of december.

    I have 8 snakes :ph34r:
     
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    have you been following riceracerex's build...this block is perfect for being built...the rust and the seasoning actually makes it stronger...
     
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    Very nice! I can't wait to see how well this works.
     
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    Nope I havent, but I will have to check it out.

    I think the rust gives it character :)
     
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    Thanks, Im hoping to get it to the dyno by march. I want 200 but ill maybe get arround 150 lol but thats when N2o takes care of the rest.
     
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    riceracerex D-Series Ninja

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    Good job with the head as well, Did you use a dremel? I am trying to figure out how to do mine.
     
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    in his first post he said JG PnP head, = professionally ground and flow tested. you really cannot accurately do it yourself.
     
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    no you actually can..you just need a flowbench
     
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    Magana559 The Warden

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    Yep, the head was done by JG Engine Dynamics.

    Yes you sure can, A buddy of mine is gonna do my B16 head in the summer, He dose really well!
     
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    I think you will be very impresed with this setup i just dynoed a ls with p73 pistons and stock head/valvetrain it made 160hp 175tq on a mustang dyno this was with out any kind of tuning besides a set of 308cc injectors he just wanted to know what it made and make sure the afr wasnt to lean
     
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    wow thats great! I know a set of big cams and a P&P head will get at least 20 more HP, my goal is 200. If not then Ill just slap on my v-tec head with a P&P and big cams.

    I want to be N/A but nitrous might be another route.
     
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    id go with the vtec head to begin with..it will def. make more power as of now
     
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    I would too, but I dont have 1k to build it lol This head flows just like a Vtec head. So with a big set of cams I can make good top end power like I would with a Vtec head. Plus It will be cheaper to tune.
     
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    yes i well ported ls head can make great numbers with good cams
     
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    Anyone on here tried the Toda Cams? The Vtec Killer cams I have been hearing about...
     
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    way to thread jack and yes i have tuned a 15:1 2.2L on methanol they are nice cams not for a street car must have a properly designed engine for these to work properly
     
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    No entensions on thread jacking, just curious and to see what kind of cams may work for this build. That's amazing high compression btw.
     
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