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2011-05-16 17:45:49
2011-05-16 17:49:43
Originally Posted by derm
The deck surface of the block and the plate are milled perfect flate, Then We have a Oring groove like to one on the oil pump assembly in for the oil pressure gallary. The rest is cleaned with assetone and glued with locktite grey sealer and bolted down with 10 x m6 allen caps just to keep the plate in possition for the machining

And the sleeves should make it stay where it needs to, this is a very unique project.. ++Props
2011-05-16 18:07:33
Im guessing you are using QR sleeves as they are taller or what?
2011-05-16 18:31:28
Originally Posted by squirlz
This shit is bananas, B A N A N A S.

Originally Posted by Sealti96
Wow! Seems like your imagination has no limits!
What are you using to seal in between the block and the plate?

Oh yea . Can you make me a billet case for my transmission? Lol

I don't think it really matters as long as the sleeve is mated to the top surface of the plate. wowowowo.

This thread made me want to kick a dent in my car door.
2011-05-16 18:52:37
awsome thread!
2011-05-16 22:43:36
why wont it rev far? whats the rod stroke ratio of a sr20?
2011-05-16 22:45:12
WTF!!! I can not imagine the torque, very nice
2011-05-16 22:52:57
impressive work derm.

im assuming this is a track only motor, i dont see this set being good for a weekend/street car.

either way hope it makes alot of power for ya.

2011-05-16 22:54:08
i thought the subject was a misprint then i opened it up and was like DAMN!
2011-05-16 23:07:31
Holy mother of Jahuzzaphat!(Dont know who this is btw). Look at the cylinder wall space. Need specs man!
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