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new sleeved block h22

I just bought a block darton dry sleeved block 89mm type s pistion.
It running 11:1comp ratio. How good is that for boost any one else running this setup. Instead of new can should I get pistons. Oh yea he said something bout a f23 crank? Any body know bout a f23 crank in h22
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Re: new sleeved block h22

those sleeves are great for boost, however, 11:1 compression is not ideal for boost.. you want something lower than that, preferably forged pistons too.
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Re: new sleeved block h22

Yeah people usually boost at around 9:1 some people who like to take risks boost at 10:1 and not very many cars live to tell the tale of being boosted at 11:1 lol.
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Re: new sleeved block h22

The pistions came with the block how could I lower it without changing pistions?
I will change after I get my head back but that might be a while.I plan on having low boost like 8 at the most
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The pistions came with the block how could I lower it without changing pistions?
I will change after I get my head back but that might be a while.I plan on having low boost like 8 at the most
That is quite a bit on a 11:1 cr motor :P lol the easiest way to lower the CR is to change the pistons lol
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Re: new sleeved block h22

thicker gasket but it wont get you to the magical 9:1 compration. And i remeber twokxlcoupe stating that it is possible to boost on high comp and type make AMZING power... it just requires very good/expensive tuning.
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Re: new sleeved block h22

Nothing wrong with boosting a high CR motor. It is all IN THE TUNE. Turbo diesel trucks for example have CR's like 16:1 and higher.
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Re: new sleeved block h22

Thicker head gasket and a really good tune it is. I will go lower com this winter
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Re: new sleeved block h22

OK so if your going t tune on high comp pistons why would you down grade to a low comp piston set uplater?? Just stick with what you have or say f the Turbo and build a all motor h22.... because it sounds like you have money to throw around, or at least with what you are wanting to do you will pretty much have to have that kind of money. But really before you do anything g I would research hard core before trying to tackle any motor build.
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Re: new sleeved block h22

I goot the block next to nothing if high comp don't work out I have a lot of money left over cuz I got the the block for the low
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