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Old 02-14-2009, 05:32 PM
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simple question

will my skunk 2 pro stage 1 cams using skunk 2 valves that are exactly the same leingth as oem work with these type s pistions
cam spec
intake
264deg./12.6deg @1mm/0.000 lash

exhaust
264deg./11.9@1mm/0.000 lash

tappet cleareance
intake 0.007 cold
exhaust 0.008 cold

pistons i want to use 11:1 type s
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/_Car-...3A1|240%3A1318

pistons http://www.horsepowerfreaks.com/perf...Engine/Pistons there the Wiseco Prelude Pistons - H22 - 87mm Bore, Std Size, +7cc Dish, 11.5 Comp Ratio right below it says this :
* Note ***: JDM SR20DET have different chambers based on year - some are flat tops and some are dishes. PICK ACCORDINGLY! All have iron cylinders.

* Pistons listed with a compression ratio range: low number is with un-cut deck, high number is block decked to .030 piston to cylinder head clearance.
* Always check piston to valve clearance - If using VTEC or like mechanisms-check w/ longer duration higher lift lobe.
* Always run at least .030 piston to head clearance including gasket thickness.
* If piston appears to be different than expected, please do not hesitate to call Wiseco at 800-321-1364 to verify compatibility.
***: Honda K-Series, H-Series Motors; FRM bores need to be sleeved for best results.

***: H23-To be run w/ .030 piston to head minimum (requires .040 gasket at least!)

***: Celica / MR2 4AG (Check piston pin size before ordering)
* This includes rings, wrist pins, and circle clips.

now these pistions were supposta work on the cams with the lift i have specified abouve shouldent the type s pistons work to because apearently they will work magically with frm coating.
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Re: simple question

o ya i forgot a very important detail
this is the head gasket thats going to be used
http://www.horsepowerfreaks.com/perf...ne_Gasket_Sets
guy said its just basiclly an oem kit but hyas enough quality componets to withstand higher compresion or a conservative amount of nitrious or boost
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Re: simple question

from everything that i have read i have not ran into one instance where someone has had valve clearance issues using stage 1 or stage 2 cams with type s pistons. the only time you start getting into issues is when using custom cams with very large lift.
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from everything that i have read i have not ran into one instance where someone has had valve clearance issues using stage 1 or stage 2 cams with type s pistons. the only time you start getting into issues is when using custom cams with very large lift.
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Re: simple question



thanks guys

the block is going off to the machine shop for a good hone job today.
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Re: simple question

droped the block off they are going to get the 3 angle valve job done tomorow and there going to strip the block down hone vat and re-assemble.
weither or not im going to have them connect the head to the block slam the cams in time it and set the last is stil up for debate.
just waiting on the results of the hone bore if needed and ill order up me some type s pistions.
im gona hjave some wet dreams tonight.......
meanwhile i need to find skunk 2 valve locks a new keeper pin for the crank-pulley connector and pray the valve guides are ok...

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