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Old 03 February 2019, 03:51 PM
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Default head options for 2.1 stroker or 2.35 in hawk sti

if somebody went for a 2.1 stroker (2.0 block) or a 2.35 (ej22 block) in a hawk sti what would be their options for heads as i believe the original 2.5 heads would no longer be of use?
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Old 03 February 2019, 05:06 PM
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Originally Posted by the shreksta View Post
if somebody went for a 2.1 stroker (2.0 block) or a 2.35 (ej22 block) in a hawk sti what would be their options for heads as i believe the original 2.5 heads would no longer be of use?
Jdm big port would probably be the best option then 2.0 sti but finding a decent set can be hard work these days shreksta
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Old 03 February 2019, 05:10 PM
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Not hard to find.....you've just got to pay the monies.

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F272558085263
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Jdm big port would probably be the best option then 2.0 sti but finding a decent set can be hard work these days shreksta
but that wouldnt work with my car would it?

i believe that i wouldnt be able to match up the cam triggers. on my 2.5 DBW they are 3 wire and the 2.0 are 2 wire. also the 2.0 have a L/H cam pulley trigger which mine does not have.

i know if syvecs was being used it wouldnt be an issue

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Build a reliable nice to drive road car, stop chasing figures.
big power is big money and loses driveabilty.
if it's a road car do you need 500 plus bhp and difficult clutches and other associated issues?
bpr has the best idea for a fast road car I've seen for a long time.

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Old 03 February 2019, 05:21 PM
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Originally Posted by the shreksta View Post
but that wouldnt work with my car would it?

i believe that i wouldnt be able to match up the cam triggers. on my 2.5 DBW they are 3 wire and the 2.0 are 2 wire. also the 2.0 have a L/H cam pulley trigger which mine does not have.

i know if syvecs was being used it wouldnt be an issue
Speak to your chosen builder Shreksta and they will advise you as I am not entirely sure
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Originally Posted by Russell38 View Post
Speak to your chosen builder Shreksta and they will advise you as I am not entirely sure
im awaiting a few quotes to come back as we speak buddy, just wondered what my options are if i really wanted to get rid of the 2.5
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For a road car a well built / machined 2.5 is where its at IMO..........
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Originally Posted by stockcar View Post
For a road car a well built / machined 2.5 is where its at IMO..........
kind of my point, chasing numbers or owning a drivable car.
a built 2.5 around 450 bhp is an enjoyable,drivable relatively reliable road weapon.
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Originally Posted by the shreksta View Post
im awaiting a few quotes to come back as we speak buddy, just wondered what my options are if i really wanted to get rid of the 2.5

you can't beat a properly built 2.5 mate ,, awesome torque where its needed in a road car ,,, who revs there car to 8-9k on the road anyway lol
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Originally Posted by the shreksta View Post
im awaiting a few quotes to come back as we speak buddy, just wondered what my options are if i really wanted to get rid of the 2.5
if your serious about 2.35 then i can put you in touch with a customer that we have just built a fresh 2.35 including flowed / cammed V25 heads & sensors so straight drop-in...........
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