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Bottom end build this winter!!

Alright folks, looks like this winters project is gonna be a bottom end build:nogrinner looking for opinions. I'm gonna keep the stock block, and turn up the boost. looking for mid 10's next year.


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I know they are a little more then others but I would go with the parts form Livernois. I have done some reading and they are ahead of the others.
Others here have had some problems with MMR so do some research here.

There are plenty of other to get rotating assmy. form, look at the warranty.
Let us know who you decide to go with



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I know they are a little more then others but I would go with the parts form Livernois. I have done some reading and they are ahead of the others.
Others here have had some problems with MMR so do some research here.

There are plenty of other to get rotating assmy. form, look at the warranty.
Let us know who you decide to go with
Yeah I've been lookin really hard at Livernois, What do you thing about Just having the block honed compared to a bore?

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That all depends on the miles you have on it and how it measures out. That will tell you what you need.


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I see. The car has 12,000 miles and I think having the block honed will be fine, but if I'm gonna have the motor out I need to look at all options power wise that is. I have more things I want to do this winter like a Detroit truetrac, 1 piece driveshaft, bigger injectors, roll cage ect.... I just hope the wireless industry does me good this winter so the money is right

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I run the Eagle 298 stroker kit (8.8:1 compression). There is also a .20 over 301 kit (8.6:1 compression).

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