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Re: Inlet/exhaust studs
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8x1.25 in any length thats long enough I guess

Posted on: 2018/2/22 11:11
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Re: Dyno says? 98 at the wheels.
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98 can be fun
Thats what we got back in about 05 the one time mine went on the dyno

Had a couple of changes since then... but it sure was fun to drive
I kept to a 7600 redline
Broke the original pistons and no-one seems to know why... no issues with the new ones except they are abit low comp... rebuild coming eventually for some more comp

Got a pic of your graph ?

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Posted on: 2018/2/5 11:43
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Re: Forged con rods
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Ask your local engine machine shop... they will point you where you need to go
While your at it..get the rods smoothed/polished so the oil slips off them
And fit ARP rod bolts

I prefer H beam standard rods to I beam rods... heres why
Oil gathers in this area as the rod rotates
Believe it or not this amount of oil can unbalance the rod and reduce the ability to rev
Yes its negligible... but some of us care about such things.

Oh.. and the Maxspeeding rods weigh 500g each

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Posted on: 2018/2/1 11:14
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Re: Wide sump for A15
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Depth will be an issue
Since the bottom of the pan is about level with the bottom of the crossmember... and our cars don't sit too far off the ground
Certainly look at getting some wings and gates if your not dry sumping

Posted on: 2018/1/18 10:48
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Re: Wide sump for A15
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Posted on: 2018/1/17 11:14
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Re: Rare-er-er alloy diff carrier
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Yep... 1000 has an alloy centre

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Posted on: 2018/1/11 11:05
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Re: do roller rocker arms add HP +++++ ?
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I run rollers
I get alot more lift from them as I run 1.65 ratio
However... the rocker is heavier... so I don't rev it as hard and try to keep my redline around 7600
People with std rockers can run higher rpm... but I get alot more valve lift and airflow than most

Mine are yella terra
Don't think you can get them anymore unless special order

Posted on: 2018/1/9 11:50
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Re: Help identify R31 diff
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M75 = 7.5" crownwheel
M78 = 7.8" crownwheel
The gearsets do not interchange... without machining the housing
But the centres do interchange.

Posted on: 2018/1/3 11:50
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Re: Help identify R31 diff
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Anyone who calls an R31 diff an M78 is wrong
They are actually an M75
Remove the cover... get the number off the crownwheel.. it will start 0575-
If it does its an M75 so could be Nissan/Commodore/Early Falcon
If its 0578 its Ford

Pics of brakes will help determine its past life also

Posted on: 2018/1/2 9:48
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Re: Factory correct A stamp for engine block
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Will you please just send it to one of us ?

Posted on: 2017/12/19 10:52
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