CHESTNUTXE

92 CROSSFLOW REBUILD

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I run a dynotec(from precision) stage 2 214/214 @0.050" .495/.495" 111LSA in my daily XF ute, new cam ,lifters & timing chain, ported weber, pacemakers 2.5" exhaust. still has stock valve train, does really want performance valve springs but has done 40,000km as is & towed about 30 cars, regularly gets 11.06-11.2lt/100km highway (col auto 2.92 diff). valve float is 3800ish

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Vpw sells crow cams for $280 thats a lot cheaper than most outlets i will ring precision and see how much the stage 1 and 2 are delivered 

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Vpw sells crow cams for $280 thats a lot cheaper than most outlets i will ring precision and see how much the stage 1 and 2 are delivered 
My bearings came so we can start the assembly,crank is in and doing the chain its sooooo much tighter than the rubber band that came outbe98833f9ec75f78e2e6f6ab42224609.jpg079de1cdc241c661fdaa8605d309229a.jpg

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My bearings came so we can start the assembly,crank is in and doing the chain its sooooo much tighter than the rubber band that came outbe98833f9ec75f78e2e6f6ab42224609.jpg079de1cdc241c661fdaa8605d309229a.jpg

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Bottom end done lets have a coffee and then put the head on and lifters ect0990ae2b8915ec12e5d001b5ac55bbb3.jpg9ba3229c34a4cddbf9da45b46279b5e8.jpg

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if someone wants it,otherwise it can just go back in the car down the track,not fussed either way ,as i come across crossy's all the time,its a nice motor,std bore,new parts,and late model.

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22 minutes ago, CHESTNUTXE said:

i couldnt help myself i bought another crossy it has a c2 head i will pick it up next week.

buying a cortina next? 

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nah i doubt its a corty engine,will be interesting if it is,has coon engine number and sump i really just want to look at the c2 head,i will rebuild it ,strip it down and do the same as last engine.

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