Hi, I have an 89 Daytona Shelby with I believe a 2.2 T2. So, that reminds me, how do I figure out exactly what type of engine and setup it is?
The reason for this post is I am not sure what type/brand of parts I need and should go with for this project. I recently found out that I have cracked...
Donovan's lists the 86+ swirl piston as 14.5cc negative volume, the pre-86 bathtub piston as 9cc.
Anybody know the dish volume for the Wiseco forged turbo piston?
How about the Venolia?
Ariad/Diamond Flat-top forged slug?
Ok heres what i have
85 GLH 90 2.5 turbo swap
stock rebuilt bottom end by me
Head has new valve seals and dual spring installed
Mopar stage 2 ecm
new S70 turbo
What i have is smoking on startup and running. It will clear out for the most part when i it.
The pcv is stock other than no hose...
I had a new factory 2.2 turbo 1 short block that sat around and developed rust in cylinders,disassembled,sold block.Now I am selling the crankshaft,rods with pistons,rings,bearings.Mopar new old stock,standard pistons and crank.New parts that have never been run,Crank journals have white grease...
I really haven't seen a horribly messed up piston in my life(as of yet) and Was just wondering what you guys might have? ANY pics are good as long as it's completely messed up LOL thanks guys. I can't wait to see what you have!
Hey guys I came across this video on youtube and I was wondering what you all thought about the tool. Would it be worth the money *$40* looks to be effective and makes sense.
BTW Link at the bottom in case video fails for some reason.
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hey everyone I need you opinion on this one. I found an 87 (Shelby I assume) Turbo z. I'll copy ad in underneath this text. Do you think overall its worth $500 bucks. After all worst case is I take the engine's and make one good one and put that into my 93' Daytona project car. If the car is in...