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Old 02-17-2018, 12:46 AM
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I'm looking for some places to buy pistons cams rods etc for my 01 sc2 I've got a light weight fly wheel just ordered rims tires headlights and bulbs but can't find any place to buy cams pistons and rods I have buddy that put 4200$in just the motor of his 96 sc2 and he is running close to 200 hp all motor but I can't get I touch with him ATM any info will be greatly appreciated
 
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Old 02-17-2018, 04:59 AM
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How did he make the leap from 115 to 200 hp, still N/A?

Did he bore it out to a 2.8? Hmmm, you didn't say it was a stock saturn DOHC he started with......hmmmmmm

You have 96 hours to post (gives you time to get a hold of him)
---dyno evidence of said 200 ish HP all motor SC2
---the reason you just ordered a lightweight flywheel to go with the built engine (for which you hadn't explored the parts availability) that may never come to be

I'm not usually one to pick at posts and issue time deadlines, but when you post on our little forum, if you can't back up what you type, then no one gives a rat's *** what you post.

Which is why your acct gets shut down if you don't substantiate.
 
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Old 02-27-2018, 03:24 AM
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Hmm... a sleeved block could support enough bore to reach 2.0L displacement... if he also ran 11:1 compression and a set of cams and bigger injectors to feed it, maybe... after all, the “deebs build” guys normally dyno around 130-140whp, and the cats use all stock parts with a total static CR of around 10.25:1...

go onto 6S and search out a deebs build and you’ll get info on using the right combo of stock parts to get optimal performance from your engine without having to get cams custom ground, valves custom made, anything bigger than standard overbore pistons custom made, etc...

bottom line, the LLO has almost no aftermarket and it’s gonna be expensive to make one fast


 
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