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post #11 of 22 Old 11-12-12, 13:00
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Care to share the part # for the Suzuki springs?

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If you want a reliable motor you need to look at blue printing with upped compression, minor porting, Suzuki valve springs, cams, Kit ECU and loom and a oil cooler.
In your opinion is a full on rad type oil cooler required, or can we get away with the bolt on heat exchanger replacement type that JHS offers?
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Ditto from me on both of these questions. Tks.
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Ditto! Would love to know about a lower cost alternative to increase valve train reliability.

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Care to share the part # for the Suzuki springs?
Dying to know...
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Care to share the part # for the Suzuki springs?
Definately interesting....any word how they fair in service?
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This is funny. With the excpetion of Viggen, look at the avatars of the 3 of us who are desparately interested in this update.
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Add me to the list of inquiring minds about the valve spring part number.
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With everyone on those spring numbers.
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post #20 of 22 Old 12-06-12, 16:35
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I want to turn this 07 stock motor into a race engine. I know this wont be SS legal but I would rather just race SB anyway.

I tried searching this out but all of the information I got on the Triumph T3 race cams is back from 06-07 when those cams didn't even increase the lift.

Does anyone have any videos with these cams installed or how much of a power difference it made?

Also I have a Triumph Race ECU, can you make changes to the tune through the tuneecu software or do I need a reprogrammable ECU?
The cams dont need to increase the lift, just the duration. I however agree with the next post that you would be better off starting with an 09 motor. We will do an exchange engine for 1500.00 but I suspect the shipping will kill it.

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