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2.0L LSJ Performance Tech 205hp Supercharged SS tuner version. 200 lb-ft of torque
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Old 05-17-2017, 09:54 AM   #1
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600whp tvs build round 2

Many of you know me been on here a while seems like a lifetime lol

finally getting going on the rebuild
last time around head stud had cracked the the water jacket making it **** water into the oil pan
block got stripped down and wacked with a hammer to check out the sleeve material over the weekend looks nice

NEW block is now at the machine shop getting a hone,deck and wash and the crank polished up
will be back to me in 2 weeks time

specs on the build

SHORT BLOCK:
Gen 3 2.4 LEA block low miles junk yard
stock LSJ crank with extended keyway
11:1 diamond pistons coated top and side
total seal ap rings c-33 top ring with naiper cut second ring
Pauter rods
Arp head studs

HEAD:
LSJ head CNC ported
ferrea 1mm oversized valves
new stock cast guides
supertech 75lb springs
OTTP stage 4 blower cams

ADD ONS:
TVS 1320 on a 2.3 pulley
ATI overdrive balancer
15lb nitrous express proton kit progressive 100 shot
Prometh trunk mount system dual nozzle with snow MAF controller
OTTP 3.5 cold air intake
OTTP 2in header with 3.5" downpipe
ZZP 3" cat back
QTP 3.5in cutout
ZZP stealth H.E
CTS-V fluidyne H.E
flow thru tank for dry ice
dual pass
phenolic IM spacer

probably forgetting some stuff
pictures will come soon

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Very excited to see this come along.
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This should get good! In for updates.
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im gonna keep an eye on this. im thinking of building an lea short block for my 944, and i have similar power goals. im interested in seeing how a stock non girdled lea block holds up to 600hp.
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im gonna keep an eye on this. im thinking of building an lea short block for my 944, and i have similar power goals. im interested in seeing how a stock non girdled lea block holds up to 600hp.
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make sure you vent your icebox if you plan on running dry ice. plumbing the vent outside the car wouldn't be a bad idea either. I doubt it would be an issue, but I have seen a few blocks from an ice cream shipment have an effect on passengers with the windows up.
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make sure you vent your icebox if you plan on running dry ice. plumbing the vent outside the car wouldn't be a bad idea either. I doubt it would be an issue, but I have seen a few blocks from an ice cream shipment have an effect on passengers with the windows up.
mines underhood mounted
good to know tho wouldnt have thought

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Iats where low before the last motor started to leak coolant out the head bolt
30-40 above ambient on a 2.3 wasn't terrible
I do have a killer chiller but haven't decided if it's going to be used
Only got to test the previous motor out for the short life of 1100 miles or so
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My most recent engine lasted 80 miles... i know the feeling
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my record was 123km (76 miles) on an engine. boosted bone stock l61. went through 4 in 1 summer
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mines underhood mounted
good to know tho wouldnt have thought
have you used it with dry ice yet? It will pressurize the system and blow water out of the overflow cap if you have one. If you don't have the oem fill neck or functional pressure rated radiator cap, it can blow lines or crack things. easiest thing is to vent the flow through tank to atmosphere if its the highest point in the system, which it appears to be from your picture.
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have you used it with dry ice yet? It will pressurize the system and blow water out of the overflow cap if you have one. If you don't have the oem fill neck or functional pressure rated radiator cap, it can blow lines or crack things. easiest thing is to vent the flow through tank to atmosphere if its the highest point in the system, which it appears to be from your picture.
ive used regular ice havent tired dry
its a fuel cell cap thats vented so i assume it should vent to atmosphere unless the cap has a pressure rated release valve
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make sure its vented at the flow through. Throwing dry ice in a sealed system is going to end badly. it can create an insane amount of pressure.
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make sure to vent the flow through. Throwing dry ice in a sealed system is going to end badly. it can create an insane amount of pressure.
Can confirm. Made many dry ice bombs as a juvenile.
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tell the nice officer HI again when you scatter it on the tuning session at 3 am.
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hahaha yeah we won't hopefully be doing that again..
great convo at xxx mph
whats that noise?
um dude that's your engine pieces hitting the ground

lol.

looking forward to seeing this thing run though, some good races coming up this summer.
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hahaha yeah we won't hopefully be doing that again..
great convo at xxx mph
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um dude that's your engine pieces hitting the ground

lol.

looking forward to seeing this thing run though, some good races coming up this summer.
Still was a fun time
running 55 gph of meth and that is not a typo hahah
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Little update
Block prep will be finished sometime this week
Upgraded pistons to 11:1 diamonds with cermaic and Teflon coating
Should hold up well, price was right couldn't say no

Went with federal rssr tires as I hear for $120 a piece they stick like glue in the corners
M&h radials on in redline wheels for race day
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Got the call iv been waiting for
Block and crank are ready to be picked up from the machine shop
Should make it out there Sunday
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