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I have read on this website allpar.com that in 1989 they switched all the 2.5 liter blocks to a common block. these are suppositly all the same after 1989. i also says that the common block (89 and newer) was the strongest block. does anybody know if this is true? i have a t1 that i am looking at making some real power out of and i was wondering if it would be a good idea to switch to a block newer then 89.. any descussion or input would be a big help thanks.
 

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another question.. how much power can i get with my t1 block... intercooler injectors bigger turbo.. etc. without needing to modify my bottom end?? and another thing do i need my engine ballenced if i want to remove my ballance shafts?
 

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Go with a common block if you want to make big power 300+. Some guys do make 300+ on the earlier blocks, but why risk it. 89 and newer blocks are a dime a dozen so do it right the first time and that's it.
 
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