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Old 01-30-2004, 08:40 AM   #1
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UPDATE!!!!BV heads and rockers are here YEAHHHHHH BABY !!!

WOO HOO!!! My RPM Big Valve Heads and 1.73 adj RR's will be here next week they just shipped yesterday
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Old 01-30-2004, 09:34 AM   #2
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sweet.

Im planning on upgrading this summer to BV heads with 1.8RR's
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Corey, Weren't you jsut dyno tuned not too long ago? :smashfreak:
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Corey, Weren't you jsut dyno tuned not too long ago? :smashfreak:
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You will need a whole new dyno tune there Brother Corey!!
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Ought to go whole hog and put a forged rotating assembly in that bad boy while you are at it Corey!
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Old 01-30-2004, 12:08 PM   #7
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Yes I was SCT tuned and with the heads I will be alright, but with the vortech is another story.

Oh I have a future plan if the bottom end comes apart I am going for a 4.2 single port monster
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bet the wife is gonna love that
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My wife and I have a understanding. I understand if she does not like a mod I will get a skillet in the head HEHEHEHHEHEHHE
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what are the flow #ers... exh esp.! cool beans, are you getting new springs as well? what will peak rpms prob be, and new redline?
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I cannot be specific until Mikael says I can, after all he is a major sponsor of mine. He asked me not to publish the numbers at this time I can be general and say it outflows just about anything out there for the single port as well as split port stuff. Yes I am getting new springs. I would never do any engine building that did not include new springs. That is just good sense and add insurance!!!
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why are flow #ers sensitive?
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Old 01-30-2004, 02:59 PM   #13
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why are flow #ers sensitive?

Most of Mik's BV stuff is still in developmental stages.

Corey's heads will easily outflow ported splitport heads(like mine). But thats why Im planning on getting my own splitport BV heads

Redline will probably still be 6k. The stock bottom end can spin much higher than that without coming apart.
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You are right stangin99 these are not just BV heads but special ported heads I am the Guinea Pig. The first to have these heads on a car . Mikael contacted me a while back asking me to be the guinea pig on these new heads he has been developing. Mikael, Robert and I discussed my stage RGR stage 3 intakes and these new heads. needless to say I am impressed with not only what mikeal has said but that Robert agreed with mikael these will be impressive.

So I am really stoked about this
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Whoooeeee, sounds like time for a trip down to Greenville again soon, gotta see all of this when you get it together man!
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Old 02-04-2004, 07:31 PM   #16
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WOOOOHOOO THey are here I am stoked Harland adj RR's are sweet looking in their gold color . I am now going to get a tech day organized. Man these ports on the heads are really hogged out

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sweet keep us updated
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corey, how many miles you have on her?
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congrats...you suck
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Damn on 2 message boards I suck Thanks alot buddy : :no:
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corey, how many miles you have on her?
a little over 100,000 miles
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Time for a major bottom end rebuild, lol.
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dang,i thought i was bad with 90,000 miles on it, so if your still doing stuff it would be worth my $ to do things to my engine?
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hell when I did my Heads and cam last year a Ford Mechanic was there and said He was amazed at the little wear on the cylinder walls and high compression reading. like I have said the Car was a one owner she put alot of miles on it driving to LA back and forth but to her car to the dealer to cahnge oil and all the maintenance. and traded it in when the warranty ran out
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i c, RGR told me that our engines are really well built, i mean my engine runs better then most with 1/2 the miles. i forget that mine has 90,000 on it.
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Damn on 2 message boards I suck Thanks alot buddy : :no:
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Hey Corey e-mail me when you get your flow #'s. Want to see how close they are to my big valve heads.

RGR tried some new stuff on mine too and i want to get the specifics and see how each stacks up.

Bottom line: Single Port Ownz
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