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Hello from Oz

Discussion in 'Other!' started by mistareno, Apr 6, 2014.

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  1. mistareno

    mistareno Active Member

    Do you have a website or email for Westwood?
    Edit: Nevermind. Found it. I'll email them the specs.
     
    Last edited: Feb 10, 2015
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  2. mistareno

    mistareno Active Member

    Ok. The liners are sorted through Westwood. Are they 'bulletproof' or is there still a boost limit on what they can handle? (If the tune is good of course)

    Do they have pany rohlems with the liners moving around aganst the head gasket? I was thinking about making up an 1/4 inch thick 'neat fit' block gaurd to locate the top of the liners just incase

    FWIW, the liners are identical in all dimensions to the 2.0 liner except that the lower most part of the liner (the bit under the locating area) is 5mm longer?
     
  3. DaveL485

    DaveL485 Staff Member

    Yes the 5mm longer skirt is to accomodate the longer throw of the crank. We have used a 2.2 liner in a turbo before by machining off the extra lol (needs must eh!). Good to hear you got sorted with westwood! I've never know anyone split any of those. I would expect them to way outlast the head gasket strength wise.
    Liners moving, no never had that. They seat flat on the block and are clamped by the head, they're not going anywhere. Make sure your liner protrusion is right though, thats really important!
     
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