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    Default 4.6 4v rebuild

    TLDR; started a build as a kid, life happened didn't finish and I did a terrible bag job. Decade later, covid has put my situation to practically full time work from home. Motor is now in my living room ready to be rebuilt completely this time.

    Need a few posts for pics then I will start a build thread somewhere. I hope posting keeps me on top of the build, no excuses. Should be a fun build, trying for ~500rwhp

    Red 98 cobra

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crucible03 View Post
    TLDR; started a build as a kid, life happened didn't finish and I did a terrible bag job. Decade later, covid has put my situation to practically full time work from home. Motor is now in my living room ready to be rebuilt completely this time.

    Need a few posts for pics then I will start a build thread somewhere. I hope posting keeps me on top of the build, no excuses. Should be a fun build, trying for ~500rwhp

    Red 98 cobra

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    Are u asking for a path to 500 or saying u gonna post things on ur build

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    Quote Originally Posted by asbenjamin101 View Post
    Are u asking for a path to 500 or saying u gonna post things on ur build

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    I should be around there with everything I have

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crucible03 View Post
    I should be around there with everything I have

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    Just rebuilding a engine doesn't make power but rather frees it up to potentially make more
    Heads
    Cams
    Tunes
    Power adders
    Fuel
    All have to be right

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    .020 forged internal kit from shm

    Paxton blower

    MMR port n polished my b heads a few years back

    Comp cams stage3 blower cams

    I have a bunch of other goodies I can't remember

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crucible03 View Post
    .020 forged internal kit from shm

    Paxton blower

    MMR port n polished my b heads a few years back

    Comp cams stage3 blower cams

    I have a bunch of other goodies I can't remember

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    There we go ok ok

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crucible03 View Post
    .020 forged internal kit from shm

    Paxton blower

    MMR port n polished my b heads a few years back

    Comp cams stage3 blower cams

    I have a bunch of other goodies I can't remember

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    Crucible, read this => Why You Want to Use Standard Size Bores


    Ed

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    Quote Originally Posted by eschaider View Post
    Crucible, read this => Why You Want to Use Standard Size Bores


    Ed
    Good article, thanks. Unfortunately i can't go back in time, the machine work and internals were bought back when I started. The project stopped after it was timed..

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    New unused parts can always be sold. Used parts can also, but at a lower price. Used, broken parts — well not so much ...


    Ed

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    Quote Originally Posted by eschaider View Post
    Crucible, read this => Why You Want to Use Standard Size Bores


    Ed
    Thanks for posting this! Great info

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