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    block differences

    Is the block the same between an 02 na motor and an 05 215 motor? internal differences are just pistons and cam?

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    MIKE,

    02 to 05 are same block
    06 to 10 are the same

    differences in :
    02 to 05 have one crank part#, 06 to 10 have anothere part #
    cam are diffrent :
    03 end with 27
    04 end with 28
    05 end with 29
    06 to 10 end with 51
    rods are the same
    05 and old had week Exhaust valves
    piston on SC engines are forged with 8,4:1 ratio
    pistons on N/A engines are more than 10:1 ratio

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    Thank you sir!

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    Whats different about the block? I was under the impression all year blocks, 02-10 are interchangeable.

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    02-05 had different oiling sys. than 06-10

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    The 03-05 had a oil pressure jet in the block and 06 -present do not. Just pop out the oil pressure jet and replace with a new rocker shaft 06-present and all is well. Or if you want to go backwards just pop in a RR Oil jet for a older 02-5 rocker shaft.

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    What ya thinking bro? Did I miss something?
    I personally would go without the oil pressure jet and the Newer Drilled out Rocker shaft.

    Oh crap I was talking about SCed blocks.

    Not the NA 02 block!

    Scratch everything Mike as I am not sure about the NA block.

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    I was thinking if it really I can remove the oil pressure jet from my conversion

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    Quote Originally Posted by boBO View Post
    I was thinking if it really I can remove the oil pressure jet from my conversion
    Yes, as long as you ungrade to a newer style rocker shaft!. The newer 06 and present control there oil via the Rocker shaft hole.

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