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R32 GTR (USA-Alabama) KG1 1990


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10 hours ago, Ben C34 said:

Bushed?

Make a bushing the size of the head stud hole with clearance for the stud in the hole, than install with sealant, stops any possible transfer of coolant. Bushed holes should have sealant on the head stud instead of arp lube

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Block didn’t take long to get built and shipped. It landed this past Friday at the shop. It was a smooth and easy business transaction with the shop in Canada. Also the Unigroup camshafts came in. Got them fitted up and ready to send the head off to get cleaned and the New valves (guides and seals) installed. More to come.... 

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A little more progression photos:  

 

had to order 28 shims from SuperTech to get to this point. But finally both intake and exhaust completely done. Waiting on the head gasket now. (It’s enroute). It’s a tight fit! :)E16C171C-2BBA-45B1-BB2A-9FA2E70D45BF.thumb.jpeg.88309d270b3969f74fe679960172c802.jpegB5779B50-9704-4C9C-ACF1-BAB365824A5E.thumb.jpeg.a0e85ba33b2c93596ea52d69aabf6fa3.jpegD270A4E3-BB28-419E-9780-ADABC53C2592.thumb.jpeg.d0a08a537d414127adb98e196cc54333.jpegFA7C87E8-09EB-4F2B-8A80-BFD6FC06AF3A.thumb.jpeg.a6a3e750f6373712bb1ddf391e8a8c37.jpeg

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I originally was shooting for 450 to the wheels and met that goal and some thanks to E85 😈. Low boost 15 PSI 513WHP and 357 TQ. Due to stock tranny high boost is stopping at 20Psi and 569WHP 396 ft lb TQ. I’m very happy with these numbers and cannot wait to learn this new beast. 

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