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BAZENG. Street spec Galant VR4. (1991)

* * * * - 1 votes Welding of exhaust parts done

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So the 2.4l block has been machined to take on the sleeve. Not much meat left between the walls.

Also a new mains Girdle is being fabricated. Decided we need something beefier and something to also scrape the oil off the crank also.

Stay tuned for this one off price. The kiggly Girdle will be used on the other engine I'm building (gto 1st Gen engine). 8ecf60426084a9fd18b5cf03c8ea2e0e.jpgdcd92d87be469e5d360a274d728c7867.jpg7bb93ce8b450a60676abd68b4200ec8e.jpgd1457c00c77e56b1e709d3ec540c3534.jpg

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I love seeing shit like this.  Old-school engineering workshops are the best.

 

Is this the original 2.4l block from the VR4 or the new one you had shipped down from SA?


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This block is the original VR4 one. The SA block was mint and won't need sleeves. It'll take my old sps pistons (20 thou over 2.4 which is like a 2.0 80thou over).




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