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Old February 25th, 2014, 12:03 PM   #16
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How?
Maybe I'm wrong just figured boring it more and running bigger pistons would cost more

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If you dont have to bore the block and can use stock pistons it can b fairly cheap and run on 87 oct fuel.
some 4.0l heads do hot spot in the combustion chamber. Often polishing the head in the top of the combustion chamber around the valves can help. Get it nice and smooth, with out removing too much material. Piston quench height needs to be set correctly for it to run well. Thicker and thinner head gaskets are avialable. U can also shve the head or deck the block if necessary.
The plan is keeping the stock pistons if possible if not I guess I'll bore .020-.030 over

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Get a louder exhaust and you will feel faster.
Wish that helped lol

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How is it more money to build one that requires 93?
How much will you drive this?
See above. A few days during the summer besides that its for wheeling only
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