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Not broke don't fix it?

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by ctrcivic, Nov 29, 2006.

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    ctrcivic New Member

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    Guys my GSR motor is pushing close to 200k miles and I"m going to have the block bored and put some oem oversized ITR slugs in it as well with future plans of some new additons to the head...perhaps a skunk 2 valvetrain and some cams....anyway should I even consider changing my rod and crank bearings / check clearances or just follow the saying of if its not broke don't fix it?

    Also if you guys have some suggestions on things I should check / replace feel free to let me know, like water pump etc. Thanks guys
     
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    ctrcivic New Member

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    Ok cancel that....I just had my old CTR block fall in my lap today so I'm going that route on my bottom end so I can now take the time to build it right.
     
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