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 Post subject: g16b head
PostPosted: Tue Apr 12, 2005 5:11 am 
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By the way the speedway engine I was mentioning has all the goodies like titanium retainers, valves and hollow custom camshaft. Its regularly in the top 3 against motorbike engines.
81 mm like I said would be great with the factory hayabusa pistons machined a tad to suit the degrees required with the tc head.

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PostPosted: Wed May 11, 2005 11:47 pm 
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Know of one atmo GTi engine in an openwheeler, producing 194hp atf. No injection....just four simple bike flatslides. Injection, when added to this particular engine as a test....gained nothing.

Are there rules about twin cam heads and capacity in the class they run? Just a curious question. I realise the G16 head flows quite well...Iain on here flowed some years ago and posted results. Only thing with single cam heads is, you need to run bigger lift and duration to get that flow - makes the whole valvetrain get bashed just that little bit more. Great results from Carbusters, all the same!

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PostPosted: Thu May 19, 2005 12:57 am 
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Sorry yes they have to abide to rules that dont allow twin cams on car engines.
Also can anyone tell me the difference between the 2 knife edge crank deals going on on this link?........

http://suzukird1.netfirms.com/swift/gti/nfoscomm/catalog/index.php?cPath=7&sort=2a&page=2&osCsid=66b72fd248c5dd82545a902829f1b1bc

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 Post subject: Sleeves
PostPosted: Sat Jun 18, 2005 8:18 pm 
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Count me in as interested, it`d be a matter of cost vs. time, as I would need to justify another loan with wife.
Yeah,yeah whipped I know....but I need something to keep me occupied outside of building GTi`s.... :-P
-Bewitched

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 Post subject: Sorry `bout that....
PostPosted: Sun Jun 19, 2005 12:28 am 
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bad news guys...any viewers of this post, show interest and start new topic:WTB Sleeves~80mm darton style...
perhaps this will explain,recieved via E-mail today (19th June)... :(
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I am done with parts & stuff for engines. What a nightmare. Maybe I'll get into metal art :) MIKE

Understandable I suppose. No hard feelings towards you Mike.
SOOOOOOOO Anyone got a Mate or connection who can produce?
This option would put GTi models\variants right up there with the Hondas for Amazing smallblock four cylinder development.
Wear the suzuki badge with PRIDE.
m, n1tr0 any other sources?

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 19, 2005 2:52 pm 
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check with adam/bigbearzuke
sales@occracing.com he may have another source for sleeves.

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