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Old 12-02-2004, 17:46   #1 (permalink)
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End Float?

Guys Im looking at doing a rebuild in the new year and just out of interest, do you still use the standard end flaot on the crank for a modified engine, or do you guys tighten them up a bit?
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Re: End Float?

I recently rebuild mine and it ended up with 6 thou. I dont think it's something that is generally changed because of higher performance. And it anything going more would be better than too tight.
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