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Limar cylinder head

6 years 2 months before #40758 by  JavZero
Limar cylinder head Posted by JavZero
Hello everyone,

I am wanting to make a small modification to the engine of my car.

I wanted to go down (shaping) the cylinder head to gain more compression. But I have some doubts with this topic.
I was told several different things regarding this change.

1era) I was told that to do this also have to change the camshaft because that tree is original cams for compression Supplement of 9: 1 and I want to take 10: 1 or maybe a little more (still not ).
Is that it?

2da) Another person with whom I consulted told me, you can file the cylinder head, then the only thing you have to do is correct the distributor advance, it does not change the camshaft.

One tells me that if you change the camshaft and another says no.

We consult with you to get me doubt if, under the cylinder head, what things would have to make to make it about?


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6 years 2 months before #40780 by  igryo
Answer of igryo about the topic Limar cylinder head
I commented: ace not need to change the camshafts reason. if you increase the compression trees bear only thing that can happen to you if you like running jump and break the supports that hold the trees.
tip: cut head a little, a good exhaust pipe clamps and metele and reinforced brake discs :)

when you put the data on the type of injection or carburetion system vehicle and there will I be able decirmas.

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6 years 2 months before - 6 years 2 months before #40783 by  JavZero
Answer of JavZero about the topic Limar cylinder head
Hello Igryo,

thanks for replying.

I mention, my car is a Ford Sierra XR4 engine carburetor solex 2.3L two 36 / 36 simultaneous opening mouths, with electronic ignition. All mechanical engine is SP.

The exhaust manifold is not competition, but the factory was already improved compared to that of the sedan model (mine is Coupé), this for now I will not change.

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