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Old 07-27-2015, 09:40 AM   #1
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Any place can check P2V/V2V Clearance ?

Any shop out there that can check P2V and V2V clearance? motor is already assembled in car and forgot to check clearance, which i don't know how to do. any options?
its a B series motor. Also looking for a combo package with cam degreeing if that can happen.

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Old 07-27-2015, 12:02 PM   #2
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Head needs to come off, I just did it on my motor. Is it high compression pistons and what cams?

Only place I can think of that I would trust is TSR. He can get all that done for you.
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Old 07-27-2015, 12:09 PM   #3
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Head needs to come off, I just did it on my motor. Is it high compression pistons and what cams?

Only place I can think of that I would trust is TSR. He can get all that done for you.
I agree with King, TSR is the only shop I would trust!
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Head needs to come off, I just did it on my motor. Is it high compression pistons and what cams?

Only place I can think of that I would trust is TSR. He can get all that done for you.
Yeah I know the head needs to come off, I was looking through YouTube on how they do it. Looks too confusing lol... And yes, high comp CTR pistons, Stage2 blox cams, +1mm oversized intake valves.
And thanks! I'll give him a call soon! I forgot I called him a few weeks ago on pricing for cam degree smh..
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Yea, that's a recipe for disaster if you don't clay the motor. What made you go with stage 2 And not pro? Measuring v2v is simple, I'm a degree my cams in a couple of weeks. A friend has the fixture with the dials so I got lucky in that but I've never done it before.
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^Yes, it's crazy the amount of folks that don't measure v2v.. Or p2v for that matter
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Yea, that's a recipe for disaster if you don't clay the motor. What made you go with stage 2 And not pro? Measuring v2v is simple, I'm a degree my cams in a couple of weeks. A friend has the fixture with the dials so I got lucky in that but I've never done it before.
yeah it would be lol. i knew i was forgetting something after i assembled the head back on. and after it pop in my head, thats when i knew i forgot to clay it and check for all of that. so there it goes wasting a head gasket…the stage 2 was given to me for free from my older brother from his old set up back in 2004, only thing he kept was the camshaft and skunk2 sprocket. i would go pro series but that would be too aggressive for my set-up. my block is stock just with ctrs. otherwise i would go with pro. lol
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I would think pro 1 are good for you since your around 12+? But that's cool,as far as the head gasket, I'd think as long as you didn't turn on the motor aka heat cycle it. You should be fine re using it.
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I would think pro 1 are good for you since your around 12+? But that's cool,as far as the head gasket, I'd think as long as you didn't turn on the motor aka heat cycle it. You should be fine re using it.
I believe once you actually torque the head down, that's what does it for the gasket.. I know a few that have reused them after a similar situation, but eeeeeeh
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I believe once you actually torque the head down, that's what does it for the gasket.. I know a few that have reused them after a similar situation, but eeeeeeh
most of the time they use copper spray on the gasket. I seen it done in person a few times but, I rather shell out the cash a new one.
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