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    Factory replacement valves are good enough for...

    Factory replacement valves are good enough for the HP you're looking at. If you plan on giving it a shot of N2O, then go stainless. You might be able to use existing valves, that will be up to the...
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    I usually have all the parts in hand before the...

    I usually have all the parts in hand before the engine goes to the machinist. He can assemble the rod and bearing, then measure and machine the crank accordingly. Make sure your machinist is...
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    It looks right. The only thing I'd worry about...

    It looks right. The only thing I'd worry about is if your machinist decks the block. If he does, then you're going to have to reduce the compression height of the piston by the same amount when you...
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    Sounds like a good plan. You won't get the HP...

    Sounds like a good plan. You won't get the HP you're looking for unless you raise compression. I'd spend the money for the forged pistons. Have the rotating assembly balanced. Spend some money...
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