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post #16 of 31 Old 03-17-2007, 08:22 PM
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a qr27 high compression n/a build would be cool. also the piston to rod ration would be improved with this larger bore.
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Larger bore doesn't improve the "piston to rod ratio".. it improves the bore to stroke ratio. Lengthening the rod and moving the pin up improves the rod to stroke ratio.

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hey u got a website were we can view the parts?
and does any one no where i can find a storker kit for my spec v?
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Larger bore doesn't improve the "piston to rod ratio".. it improves the bore to stroke ratio. Lengthening the rod and moving the pin up improves the rod to stroke ratio.
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how much horsepower is this setup going to put out?
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and does any one no where i can find a storker kit for my spec v?
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hey u got a website were we can view the parts?
and does any one no where i can find a storker kit for my spec v?
hahahahahahahahah.................hahahhahah dude ur talking to the website

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travis how much would a 3.5 sawp into a 1.8s cost me, i would bring a complete engine, axels and trans...thanks
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hey u got a website were we can view the parts?
and does any one no where i can find a storker kit for my spec v?
I found a storker kit here.

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How do you keep this cool? I would think (ignorantly) that "solidifying the block" would reduce coolant flow noticeably. Can you use small words in your answer, please?
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How do you keep this cool? I would think (ignorantly) that "solidifying the block" would reduce coolant flow noticeably. Can you use small words in your answer, please?
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It's not solid through and through.. it just closes the deck (about 1/4" thick at the top) so the sleeves can't move around..

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