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Old 02-11-2014, 12:47 PM
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ah sorry. I would guess the thicker gasket is more desirable
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Old 02-11-2014, 01:19 PM
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No worries haha. I'm not sure, I want to kind of stay around the stock compression and I can't seem to find what gasket it would be with my set-up haha
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Also, this cam dilemna..... What the hell should I do!? Slasher, I've seen you have some knowledge on this build, can you chime in at all? Can I just basically use what ever cam I want for the 3.4L?
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brent (throwbackbird) cammed his 3.4
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This build just has so many variables, I think that's why everyone gives up one it. THANK GOD I'm only doing the 3400 top end and not a 3400/3500... I couldn't handle that haha. But I'm sending the block off today to get hot tanked and honed, so I need to make up my mind on this cam! But for the most part I have everything else needed! Just the modification part on the tcc and then a few brackets. I'll try and post pictures of the progress but the only camera I have is on my iphone and they're shit tbh haha.
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meh, all the pics that i have of everything is from a phone.
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meh, all the pics that i have of everything is from a phone.
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Well, block and heads just went in. A measly $650 to get the block cleaned, honed, and all the frost plugs replaced as well as cam bearings, and the heads pressure tested and milled. Woohoo!
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for all that?! 650??? damn i spent 400 of just heads cleaned and tested.
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Yea it's through a local shop that I've gotten EVERYTHING done on every other vehicle in my family on so they gave us a pretty good deal. I also sent in the intake manifolds and timing chain covers to be jet washed, as well as the crank polished!
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