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  1. Wow, never thought the L24 rods would be that tough. I'm not planning on revving it so much as i am more after low down and mid-range torque. So rev limiter at 6500 RPM or somewhere around there. The rods are balanced and i also think they have ARP bolts. Not sure about that though since it was a while since i checked the bottom end. The engine was first built around 2005 or something by Z-Gad here at the Forum. And as far as i know it has always been running with the L24 rods and turbo. First with a P90 head and now it has an N42 head. Calculated the AFR to be around 8.5. But anyhow, it soun
  2. Just as the title says. How much power can i produce from my turbo L31 stroker with L24 rods and Ross pistons before i need to start worrying about a rod giving in? I am looking to produce somewhere in the 400HP region with a lot of mid range torque. Thinking about installing H-beam or X-Beam rods instead, but only if it requires me to do so.
  3. I've got one of these. It's incredibly well made. And not very expensive either.
  4. If that comes to pass, count me in as a customer. 400 rwhp NA sound amazing.
  5. Oh, so that's how it works. Found some here too: http://www.rhdjapan.com/kameari-l-type-in-ex-manifold-yoke-washer.html Looks like something similar to the washers that's mounted on the exhaust manifold on a CA18DET, which i have some experience with. Though i can't help thinking what was going through their minds when they designed it like this? I can't see any reason why this would be better than a regular M8 being screwed into the head? Oh well, i'm satified. As long as it will give a tight fit that will be sufficient to seal the flanges against the head i don't see any problems. Might ev
  6. Hello! I have just started with these engines and i have discovered something that boggles my mind. I just bought a Mangoletsi DCOE intake manifold for my L31 stroker, which is the very first L-series engine i have owned. And just now i saw that there are only holes for mounting the intake manifold on the upper side of the manifold. I was puzzled by this and had to go and test mount it on the engine, thinking that maybe i have to drill my own holes in the manifold in case different heads have different location of the lower mounting screws, but i was further thrown into thought when i saw th
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