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    sorry to highjack, but what power figures could one expect from some 264 cams, ITB's and an ECU? for reference, on a jdm 16v.
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    Was that aimed at me? If so, yes. Lachlan, he's the manager of 999 Automotive and knows his hachi's (has had something like 30 in the last 8 years)
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    meridan motorsport in moorabin(melbourne) sell fully built race 4age 20v's stroked with a 7a crank, billet rods, forged custom pistons, worked head(ported, cams, etc), 50 mm throttle bodies and some other goodies for 5.5k ready to go. They have been race proven and produce 205-225 rwhp, reliably.
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    yeah I think under 8.3 mm lift you can get away with, but over 8.0mm you need h/duty springs

    can anyone correct this??[/b]

    ????,..you said under 8.3mm lift should be ok..but over 8.0mm you need support?? did I miss anything?
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    hehe yeah sorry I mean't anything over 8.3mm-ish you need a shim kit...?
    and between 8.0 - 8.3 all you should need is stronger valve springs
    and under 8mm you should be able to get away with stock valve springs

    I'm not 100% sure of these figures but I think they are close,

    it would be nice if someone could back me up or correct me....
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    meridan motorsport in moorabin(melbourne) sell fully built race 4age 20v's stroked with a 7a crank, billet rods, forged custom pistons, worked head(ported, cams, etc), 50 mm throttle bodies and some other goodies for 5.5k ready to go. They have been race proven and produce 205-225 rwhp, reliably.[/b]
    Can they be on the road???
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    <div class='quotemain'>yeah I think under 8.3 mm lift you can get away with, but over 8.0mm you need h/duty springs

    can anyone correct this??[/b]

    ????,..you said under 8.3mm lift should be ok..but over 8.0mm you need support?? did I miss anything?
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    hehe yeah sorry I mean't anything over 8.3mm-ish you need a shim kit...?
    and between 8.0 - 8.3 all you should need is stronger valve springs
    and under 8mm you should be able to get away with stock valve springs

    I'm not 100% sure of these figures but I think they are close,

    it would be nice if someone could back me up or correct me....
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    i believe the maximum lift is 9.0mm, above than that, inner shim kit are required, even if the lift is at 8.5mm u can still use the standard lifter
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    hehe yeah sorry I mean't anything over 8.3mm-ish you need a shim kit...?
    and between 8.0 - 8.3 all you should need is stronger valve springs
    and under 8mm you should be able to get away with stock valve springs

    I'm not 100% sure of these figures but I think they are close,

    it would be nice if someone could back me up or correct me....[/b]
    i believe the maximum lift is 9.0mm, above than that, inner shim kit are required, even if the lift is at 8.5mm u can still use the standard lifter
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    ooOh sweet yeah i wasn't 100% sure as i said,

    cheers for the corection
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    Don't forget a bigger final drive ratio (at least 4.6:1) to suit your new engine. They make a massive difference. With cams and cam gears, upto around 290 deg cams are still very driveable, i wouldn't go any less. 260ish cams are for people who doesnt want to change ecu. Also, fast NA motors are more sensitive about gear ratios.
    I personally think a hard tuned NA 86 is more fun than a turboed one. gl with your build.
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    Do a 7AGE with 20v quads. Torque AND power.
    Some forged high comp pistons, stronger rods, cams, quads, adaptronic. Done [/b]
    give away my plan much lol.
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    meridan motorsport in moorabin(melbourne) sell fully built race 4age 20v's stroked with a 7a crank, billet rods, forged custom pistons, worked head(ported, cams, etc), 50 mm throttle bodies and some other goodies for 5.5k ready to go. They have been race proven and produce 205-225 rwhp, reliably.[/b]
    Can they be on the road???
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    sounds pretty good value
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