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Old 30-06-2019, 16:06   #1
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Engine Components

Hi there guys. Hope you are all doing well!

I'm slowly gathering all the parts to start rebuilding my engine. I've got the list of the components and I'm looking for anything else I've missed or should get because that said part is good or recommended.

So the the parts I've got are,

Wiesco forged pistons and rings (85.00mm)
Bridgeway H beam Long Rods (156mm)
ACL Main and big end bearings (Standard size replacements)
Valve Stem Seals,
Kelford 272 cams,
ARP L19 head stud kit,
Ross Sport 3mm lifters,
8MR Head gasket,
RTS Organic 3 Piece clutch kit

And what I've got left to get is:

Manley Springs and retainers with valve locks,
Balance Shaft delete kit,
OEM Oil pump,
1000cc RC Injectors,
Ross Sport Anti Oil Surge Kit, (Tomei sump plate and Kiggly Racing HLA Regulator)

I also plan to get my pistons, rods, crank and flywheel all balanced before the engine is assembled too.

With all of that, I think I've got what I need to build a strong and reliable 400-500hp engine. I was just posting a thread on here to see if there is anything else that I should get.

Any suggestion is great! Many thanks!
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Old 30-06-2019, 17:36   #2
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Are you just after advice on the engine parts or do you also want advice on all the ancillaries you’ll be needing to go with the engine rebuild to get you to potentially 500bhp..?
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Old 30-06-2019, 21:56   #3
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if you are going to all that trouble and cost, you should have gone for oversized pistons and had the block bored with a torque plate. Also, there is no guarantee that the ACL bearings will give you the correct clearences.. that needs to be checked after you sort out the crank...

change the water pump while you are at it, and use OEM e9 cambelt
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Old 30-06-2019, 22:09   #4
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Are you just after advice on the engine parts or do you also want advice on all the ancillaries you’ll be needing to go with the engine rebuild to get you to potentially 500bhp..?
I'll take any advice going! For components and for ancillaries thanks
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if you are going to all that trouble and cost, you should have gone for oversized pistons and had the block bored with a torque plate. Also, there is no guarantee that the ACL bearings will give you the correct clearences.. that needs to be checked after you sort out the crank...

change the water pump while you are at it, and use OEM e9 cambelt
I haven't stripped the engine down yet so I could still potentially swap out the pistons for 85.5mm ones etc and get the block honed.

As I haven't stripped the engine down yet, I haven't checked anything like crank ovality or wear yet.

I've got a BluePrint Complete timing belt kit ready to go. Bought it a while ago now. Also have a Mishi Ali rad too
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