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Old 02-07-2010   #31
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Default Re: Jamies' BNR32

Well I want it to run strong. Be able to handle whatever I can throw at it. So I need to know:

what are these parts good for hp wise:
stock pistons
stock rods
stock headgasket


And if I go with that combo, what rod bearings and main bearingS should I go with?

I need to know what I should but for:

rod bolts
rod bearings
main bearings
oil pump
head studs

Allan chime in, . I'd like cheaper, but they need to be able to handle good power. Like 600 MAX. More along the lines of 450-500 whp
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Old 02-07-2010   #32
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I did some cleaning today.. and im bored so i got pics.


Dream garage?







Yep...

(except for all the shit my dad hoards...)
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Old 02-07-2010   #33
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nice garage. What's your plans for the spare engine?

You should also clean your engine bay while you're at it.
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Old 02-07-2010   #34
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You should clean yourself. Damn you smell
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Old 02-07-2010   #35
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nate you have no idea, i havent showered for like 5 days.

anyway.

m13 my plans are undecided, that other engine was knocking im sure you knew. so i tore it apart to fix it all up.

was gonna build it for high hp. but i think im gonna go with more oem stuff than aftermarket. so it will still hold like 500 whp no problem.
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Old 02-09-2010   #36
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Yes I knew it was knocking, but was wondering if you were going to make it a nice forged 26 or a good reliable OEM spec 26.

I am pretty envious of that garage however.


Carrying on from the other thread, a stud is better than a bolt of same metal grade as a bolt head can twist and stretch (I watched a slow-motion video somewhere) under load, and actually fails at the head. Studs resists this and fails at a higher load in the middle. (rarely happens if the right grade is used for the right application)

Stud>bolt.
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Old 02-13-2010   #37
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Probably mostly oem parts. But it will hold solid hp.
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Old 02-23-2010   #38
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welll ive been biz. got it all running and have taken it out a few times. just need to screw with my power steering again. relocated the res and i didnt use strong enough hose i guess, it sucks it in when pump is running.
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Old 02-28-2010   #39
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BRAKE DUCTING!








the otherside is a masterpiece, it had to go around the intercooler piping and recircs and stuff.
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Old 02-28-2010   #40
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Even a nismo bag, arent you fancy
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Lol yeah it's better than a coolant jug cut in half with a zip tie through it!
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Wanna race for pinks ? Track, straight line.....you choose.
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Old 03-01-2010   #43
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why would you want this socalled "piece of shit"
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why would you want this socalled "piece of shit"
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Old 03-01-2010   #45
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If you can't handle your own in winter, you can't handle mine eiter.
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