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    New product in online store

    You guys running big power may want to consider adding a block guard the next time you have your head off! Nils is installing one in my turbo motor too

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=494

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    Hmmm, now that's a good idea......Never heard of that before, but very nice....What's it take to install?

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    I've seen something like that used a lot on on turbo honda engines(for cars).

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01xdime View Post
    I've seen something like that used a lot on on turbo honda engines(for cars).
    Do cars need any mods to motor for this type of install?

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    You don't need any mods to install it but it's probably not worth it until you have pretty substantial mods. For your ski RD it might not be a bad idea.

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    This product is easy to install just tap into place it is machined to fit perfect

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    also

    o-ringed bores cool... i could run 32-38 PSI easy with that.



    looks good.

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    Shawn that block will have a copper gasket and ARP studs also 104mm pistions and a big turbo

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    so that just goes in the water/cooling passage

    and who is making the copper gasket ? why not use a MLS gasket ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHEP View Post
    so that just goes in the water/cooling passage

    and who is making the copper gasket ? why not use a MLS gasket ?

    for a non O ringed block OEM gasket would work fine, a copper gasket will seat better on the O ring. And yes goes in water jacket

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