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Old 03-02-2013, 12:46 AM
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here are some photos of other things i have done. tap at the front oil gallely holes.

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next was to clean up around the pump securing bolt on the rear main and blend it into the discharge hole leading into the block.



in the last photo i clean up entrance and exit holes in the oil filter location. the idea is to flow the oil passages so that the amount of oil pressure lost, as the oil progresses from the pump to the bearing is reduced.

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Moving this thread to the Projects/Builds forum.
why !!! this is not a project , this is a engine build so this should be under engines . form user's look for info about building engines. this make it hard to find
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very nice heads.
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I dont know why its being moved?
was the content wrong?

I would only look under "engine" or "hotrodding basics" for this type of article
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very nice heads.

thanks , yes very good heads, these one's are afr 195 with 65cc chambers.
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I dont know why its being moved?
was the content wrong?

I would only look under "engine" or "hotrodding basics" for this type of article
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i feel the same way , as for my self i too look under engines and hotrodding basics for info and advice, from other menbers. i feel like they are missing out.
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hi every one , now i'm at the point too piant my block. block. what colour should i paint it. red , organe or black. what's the best way to clean the surface of the block before painting. has any one tryed carby cleaner or is there a better way.
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brake cleans or equivalent is good.it evapourates quickly
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what cam are you using with those heads? im putting together a similar motor for my coupe, using AFR 195/65 w comp. porting, and a CompCams roller.....around .560 lift
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what cam are you using with those heads? im putting together a similar motor for my coupe, using AFR 195/65 w comp. porting, and a CompCams roller.....around .560 lift
as for cam it's a xr282hr. gross valve lift is .510 / .520 duration @50 230/236 intake center line 106.0 lobe separation 110.0 and with 1.6 roller rockers which make it 544/555 gross valve lift. which should make around 480-500hp at the flywheel and still be street friendly.
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thanks for the good info , had done the hot wash , spray with brake clean to clean the suface, then masked up and now all painted. here are some photos of how it come out.



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was looking at bearings to replace the ones i have. the part number on the one i have is ms909h which is a std bearing. now my clearces on the crank was to tight so which set do i get is it ms909h1 undersides or ms909hx smaller .
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The X bearing will give you more clearance.
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Your build looks good. Only one observation, were the cam bearings installed when you tapped the oil plugs and ground the oil returns? I prefer to do all the fit ups and cutting with old cam bearings then remove them for the final cleaning. Crud tends to collect in the grooves behind them.
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