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Gotta love that torque from the VVT. Why where the pistons shaved down?
 

· Garage Quinn Motors - GQM
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Engine was originally built as a spare enduro race engine where we needed to be <10.5:1 CR. So it has an actual 10.48:1 or something. It's essentially stock. Some polished journals, balanced crank, 3 angle valve cut. Nothing that makes any real power.
I figured as much. Still though, the balancing and blue printing should have been worth some notable power. Eitherway, it's great to see another example of a nice mild N/A engine that can be had without too much stress on one's wallet. I look forward to seeing some videos.

Also, is that the stock NB2 intake manifold and are you still running the stock shim over bucket lifters?
 

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Surprised you had not identified the square top. Stock lifters.
Haha I thought that it might be, but I figured you would have mentioned it in your spec list. To be honest I have never seen one person and haven't paid too much attention to the cosmetic differences.

I am also revving my engine to 7600 and am still on the stock lifters as well. I have considered changing them to SUB's, but since I am not spinning the engine any higher I am not sure if there is any real reason to.
 
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