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Old 11-10-12, 21:07   #41
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Yes I know. That's why I asked. A few people have posted in this thread about doing a valve job. I just wanted them to be a little more specific before I make a Dick of myself while talking to an engine builder.
That is probably going to friend on the class and it's rules, but for SS it's most likely a multi angle valve job, no port work, and possibly milling the surface
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That is probably going to friend on the class and it's rules, but for SS it's most likely a multi angle valve job, no port work, and possibly milling the surface
Yep.



And porting is something that post race tech will catch. That's why they pull the airbox.
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06 675 .06 head gasket and valves "lapped" in to seal correctly. Not cut.
Arrow Stage 2 pipe, cam timing 107 & 104 kit ecu.

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06 675 .06 head gasket and valves "lapped" in to seal correctly. Not cut.
Arrow Stage 2 pipe, cam timing 107 & 104 kit ecu.

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14K RPM? what are you doing for valve springs?
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Has kit springs and oil pump, I also replaced all gaskets while I had it apart with the 09 gaskets. So the oil pan gasket is the baffle gasket. And 09 are re usable.
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Oh, the red line on the dyno is u4.4 the other is pump.
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06 675 .06 head gasket and valves "lapped" in to seal correctly. Not cut.
Arrow Stage 2 pipe, cam timing 107 & 104 kit ecu.

Mapped at RM Racing
Very nice curve holds a nice top end too..
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