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Old 02-16-2018, 12:04 PM   #41

Name: adambomb_sti
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Originally Posted by TMONEYDIESEL View Post
actually all it really takes is a turbo, fuel and tuning to make big power on these engines. Some rods and fasteners when needed, but the comment about knowing the inner workings of an engine to make big power is a little out there.
So calculating VE of a motor, valve job angles, back cutting valves, valve recession, bowl blending/port work doesn't have any benefits to making HP?

My definition of big power is efficiently producing 1200+ whp . Not <900

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Old 02-16-2018, 03:28 PM   #42
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Originally Posted by adambomb_sti View Post
Iím curious to see what this 75 six shooter will do at the track. No nitrous, fuel only. 🤔

Yes please!! Would love to see what you can squeeze out of it. Keep up the good work though boss.

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