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brett-black-rallye

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Post #76
jimmy306gti wrote:
hi brett whats that wading stuff for the exhaust as my back box its quite loud and wouldnt mind some of this stuff in mine, were do you buy it fromUnsure


heres the site mate

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Posted 16th May 2009 at 00:51
jimmyrallye

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Post #77
cheers mate so you just stuff this in your back box then and it quitens it down, have you tried it yet mate

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Posted 16th May 2009 at 00:56
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Post #78
i only received it today so i havent done it yet. all im going to do is cut open the back box ram as much as i got in and weld it back up. my mate done it on his nova and it made loads of difference apparently
Posted 16th May 2009 at 01:03
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Post #79
PT81's are stupid close to the standard pistons, with a skim to head and a decked block they wont work unless you have a very fat gasket.

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Posted 16th May 2009 at 01:10
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Post #80
hmmm, i might have to get the pistons pocketed then. what make headgasket would you recommend? i was just going to use a standard peugeot one
Posted 16th May 2009 at 01:21
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Post #81
I believe a standard T16 gasket will fit fine and is thicker.

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Posted 16th May 2009 at 01:28
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Post #82
thats handy to know Thumbs up
Posted 16th May 2009 at 01:47
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Post #83
No probs. When Sandy was finishing the build on my engine he was looking for a little more clearance and to reduce the compression ratio slightly so im 99% sure it was a T16 gasket that was used.

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Posted 16th May 2009 at 02:03
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Post #84
405 T16 gasket is the same as the 2.0 Mi16/S16 gasket, so no thicker than the gti6 one.

deeper valve cutouts in the pistons is the only way Sad

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Posted 16th May 2009 at 02:24
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Post #85
Perhaps not then! I will see if i can find out what it was from then and get a number for it.

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Posted 16th May 2009 at 02:30
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Post #86
looking good mate, ive had gmax shocks on all my 306's and never had an issue with them and all been 60mm, how did you get on with the rear??

your mates astra is tidy i like!!!Love

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Posted 16th May 2009 at 05:11
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Post #87
welshpug! wrote:
405 T16 gasket is the same as the 2.0 Mi16/S16 gasket, so no thicker than the gti6 one.

deeper valve cutouts in the pistons is the only way Sad


hmmm this sounds expensive Sad
Posted 16th May 2009 at 14:23
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Post #88
chrisd306 wrote:
looking good mate, ive had gmax shocks on all my 306's and never had an issue with them and all been 60mm, how did you get on with the rear??

your mates astra is tidy i like!!!Love


the rear still has not been done.

yeah that astra gets alot of attention lol it has one of the nicest engine bays ive ever seen.
Posted 16th May 2009 at 14:28
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Post #89
ive done a bit of research between piper bp285h cams and kent pt81s.
the valve lift with piper is 10.87mm and kent is 10.94. so its a little less lift, i know its not that much but every little helps when its runninig so close.
Posted 16th May 2009 at 22:49
welshpug!

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Post #90
its the lift at TDC you need to find out not the peak lift Smile

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Posted 17th May 2009 at 01:24
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Post #91
in that case it doesnt work in my favour

piper is 1.82mm on the inlet and 1.60 on the exhaust

and kent is 1.65mm on the inlet and the exhaust is 1.40
Posted 17th May 2009 at 17:29
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Post #92
too much then.

interesting thread

basic gist is;
quote:
Realistically, more than 1mm lift at TDC is risky without changing the pistons (and hence rods).


I would either use different pistons or get yours machined.

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Posted 17th May 2009 at 18:18
brett-black-rallye

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Post #93
thats a good read, it got a bit technical though lol.

instead of getting my pistons done im going to go for a cam with not as much lift but still keep a decent duration
Posted 18th May 2009 at 00:17
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Post #94
i got round to wadding the exhaust last night. i cut the top of the back box off to find there was more wadding in there than i was expecting



pulled it out anyway and found this



so roni welded it up



i packed it back full of wadding



and he welded it bak up



i turned my back for 5min and the t*sser done this



i took it for a test drive and its sounds alot better, its quiter on tick over now.
Posted 21st May 2009 at 00:01
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Post #95
LOL very artistic, especially the little nob in the corner

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Posted 21st May 2009 at 00:14
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Post #96
Laugh my ass off

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Posted 21st May 2009 at 01:02
brett-black-rallye

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Post #97
I think i might keep a close eye on his welding in the future
Posted 21st May 2009 at 15:37
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Post #98
im running a 1.8 16v repair head gasket on my mi/gti6 hybrid, is thicker than standard. ill dig up the part number if you like?

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Posted 21st May 2009 at 15:57
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Post #99
Yeah isn't there a head gasket for skimmed heads? Or was that for the 205..

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Posted 21st May 2009 at 17:58
brett-black-rallye

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Post #100
any info on thicker gaskets would be appreciated Smile although i think the lift on the cams is too much for just a thicker gasket
Posted 21st May 2009 at 18:08

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