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Old 08-15-2011, 06:57 PM   #51
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Ok that makes sense.
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Old 08-15-2011, 07:35 PM   #52
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Jim is correct , RT does not effect track times , it can be the diff between winning and loosing when racing bracket racing but wont change your ET
If you both run the exact same times and you run a .387 RT and he runs a .300 reaction time he wins because of the RT

A lower 60 foot can change tour ET but not the RT

I cut 2 .00 lights till he cam back and offered 25.00 for any double 0 lights then the next 3 I choked and did red lights by .0009-.0018

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Lol you would prob beat me off the line everytime. Im not that good at reaction times
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I am not either

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M62 rebuild parts ordered. Hope to get my hands on a spare head this week so I can start working on it.
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i've got the Diff. email me ur info so i can get it out to you . (just cover shipping and an extra 2 bucks for my gas cost, lol) my email is customcarbonllc at yahoo dot com.
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You's got a PM Brad.
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So this is what I am thinking. Since I am shooting for 11.5 compression, and would like to avoid buying pistons. I may take my stock pistons and put them on the SVT rods. But I am not sure if I will gain anything after installing a cosmetic head gasket to clear piston/head contact.

If I end up getting pistons, then I am going to bore it over to a 2.3. What would that be an 88mm piston?
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I thought the pin diameter was unique on the svt pistons/rods. I don't think you can mate zetec pistons to svt rods without custom machine work.

also, getting the zetec to a 2.3 is a stroker setup, a 15% volume increase is a lot to ask for from just a bore.

I wouldn't go to the max bore available. The power difference isn't that astonishing.
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Yeah I forgot Tom's stroker kit had the crank and rods.

I really don't want to mess with any of that. I want to throw the rods/pistons in while the block is still in the car, and swap the head. Would love to keep the down time between 1-2 weeks.
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I think you'd have to make custom pistons. i don't think they have them that wide. (if ur math is correct, didn't check) i don't think there is enough material to SAFELY bore out the block.
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