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Old 04-10-2017, 07:50 PM   #1501
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Intake position with larger air filter ... will fabricate heat shield above filter. All made possible with new motor mount , relocation of Vanos accumulator, and no A/C


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Docrace manifold and ??? fsr tubi manifold? Who made the other manifold if you don't mind me asking?
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Docrace manifold and ??? fsr tubi manifold? Who made the other manifold if you don't mind me asking?

Second one is FSR tubular which they don't make any longer since going to cast. Nice thing about FSR manifold is u don't need a scavenge pump and the runners are larger.


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Very nice work. Starting to read your whole build thread now.
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Second one is FSR tubular which they don't make any longer since going to cast. Nice thing about FSR manifold is u don't need a scavenge pump and the runners are larger.


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Is this the high compression motor your selling for 12k?
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Oh boy, here we go,lol. Ive been out of the loop for several years now, this is tempting me, big time. Question, has the high compression high horsepower motors been proven to be as reliable as lower compression builds? I remember Marcus had a high compression build that blew fairly early if memory serves me correct. What kind of hp/torque could one expect on pump gas? I would probably upgrade to aem infinity at the same time. I know there are lots of variables, probably use my 6676.
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Oh boy, here we go,lol. Ive been out of the loop for several years now, this is tempting me, big time. Question, has the high compression high horsepower motors been proven to be as reliable as lower compression builds? I remember Marcus had a high compression build that blew fairly early if memory serves me correct. What kind of hp/torque could one expect on pump gas? I would probably upgrade to aem infinity at the same time. I know there are lots of variables, probably use my 6676.


Hi Compression is solid with cut ring head gasket... Marcus issues were Supertec valve train clearance flaws in manufacturing that caused motor to go ... ( stay away from Supertec) Pump gas power will be arround 500-550 .. race gas around 800-850 and e85 950-torque will be very good with high compression 700-800 foot lbs ... depends on turbo 6766 6870 7168 r all good turbos. Aem Infinity I can setup tune and make sensor / relay harness as well. Spool and engine response will be very good with high compression compared to low compression.


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Love the enthusiasm and attention to detail. Very interested in how the cut-ring motor performs in your client's car, Anthony.
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High PSI line for Vanos Accumulator drivers side relocation. Allows for larger and more direct Intake.










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Damn! These builds look amazing, forget buying a house I'd rather buy one of these engines . I would love to drop by and see these in person if I'm in the lower mainland this year (assuming that's where you are in BC).
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