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    Quote Originally Posted by Iwannagofast View Post
    Yea ima have too .....so should I be worried about bigger power wih 109 k on an ej205 motor
    Yes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iwannagofast View Post
    Yea ima have too .....so should I be worried about bigger power wih 109 k on an ej205 motor
    You should be worried about "bigger power" on the EJ205 with 1 mile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iwannagofast View Post
    Yea ima have too .....so should I be worried about bigger power wih 109 k on an ej205 motor
    Spend the money on a built motor if you want to go fast. If you're going to regularly track your car then I bet you only get 1000 race miles out of it, if you're lucky. That's being incredibly generous.

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    What are your compression / leakdown tests?
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    Fmic my bad

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    I no comp is 120all around haven't do e leakdown

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iwannagofast
    comp is 120all around
    4 x 120? No variance?

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    haven't do e leakdown
    Do that, then talk about longevity...
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    Yea or I just thought of getting a empty block and tossing in a stroker kit but idk

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    Im sure there is it was done when motor was put in ima have to do on e my self.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iwannagofast View Post
    Im sure there is it was done when motor was put in ima have to do on e my self.
    Are you posting from a phone?

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    Yes and it sux ass

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    IIRC, 120 is low for the EJ205. Should be 10% variance on 150 PSI if I recall the service manual correctly. Unless of course the test was done on a cold motor (which it shouldn't be).
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    Well that will b happening tonight so I will b on with results im looking on Mitchell on demand now at specs

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    The spec is 148-185 psi with 7 psi variation cranking 350 rpm wot

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    Well did compression test all cylinders 146-149 psi which is right on the money .....I wasn't able to obtain a leak down tester Sooo for the moment ima have some faith in my motor

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