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*****usdm ITR in a jdm GSR block**********

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by gretsrone, Apr 1, 2007.

  1. gretsrone

    gretsrone New Member

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    just baught a 00' usdm itr head. planning on puttin it on my jdm sir-g block.

    i was wondering if i put jdm itr 11.1.1 pistons on, would it be smart and cheaper to do? ..and also should i get the itr rods as well?

    has anybody ever herd of putting a usdm itr head on a jdm gsr block? if so how does it run? ..plannin on boring the throttle out to 65, and port&polishing the head...which cams and cam gears would yall suggest for a GREAT daily driven car not all out drag??

    any help
    thanks in advanced
     
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    yeah, this procedure is known as the 'poorman's ITR engine'. This setup runs just fine by the way.

    Dropping in a set of JDM ITR 11.0 pistons is good idea if you're planning to stay NA.

    ITR rods are basically GSR/SiR-G rods slightly lightened and balanced. Its up to you if you want to got ITR rods or stick with your SiR-G rods.

    Skunk2 cam sprockets are pretty nice, but so are Toda & Spoon sprockets. They all work pretty much the same. As for cams, you have a number of choices, SKunk2, buddyclub, Toda... You might want to go with a set of Stage 2 cams if you want something better than Type-R cams but not full-out drag..
     
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    gretsrone New Member

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    thanks alot on the information katman.
     
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    no problemo.
     
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