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Old 01-27-2012, 11:35 AM
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Default Chitown GVR-4 'Winter Fresh' build...[pics]

Its been 5 years so...I Did a 'Budget Build'.

Stock bore still,Block honed, cleaned & painted, New ACL race bearings, new Wiseco Rings[piston tops cleaned & Scat rods were good], Crank polished,balanced & cleaned, new ARP's, 1.6mm Cometic HG, Reworked head [new guides, valve stem seals, 3g lifters, CROWER 272's, milled, cleaned, etc.], same BC springs/retainers, new oil squirters, new injector seals & o-rings, OEM rear main seal /gaskets/new belts, new galant alternator, rebuilt/repucked ClutchNet clutch, flywheel resurfaced properly, 63mm ported TB.com repaired by Steve, Trans rebuilt by Matt,new ProSport catchcan setup, new FuelLab filter, etc..etc..

My guy Martin built & assembled the motor.









CROWER 272's [not BC's]


[Galant's came with Black engine covers & rare, used a DSM one]






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Old 01-27-2012, 11:42 AM
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Motor In!



Currently on second oil change, breaking in the motor [as weather permits] and getting it Buffed & detailed by my guy ''Detailer Mike''..





Before detail:


Well, Mike finished the car last week and it turned out amazing!

Pics don't do justice to his work! [cell phone pics at that!!]
(This is a ORIGINAL paint car BTW)












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Old 01-27-2012, 12:02 PM
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Looks great man.

The only thing I've wondered is why people get aftermarket cam gears if you don't adjust the degree at all. Or perhaps you did and the pictures just don't show?
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Build looks great, and the detail work looks awesome!

Nicely done.
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Old 07-18-2012, 10:38 AM
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That is one clean gvr4. Great work dude!
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