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Re: 2.3L intake on 2.4L 98 Z24
Tuesday, February 02, 2010 2:13 PM
Scott I beg to differ, I have good cams, head, and 10:1 pistons, and I have done dyno on stock,ho and lo and only one improved was my LO, so I stayed with it, turbo might help but N/A HO loses


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Re: 2.3L intake on 2.4L 98 Z24
Tuesday, February 02, 2010 9:40 PM
if and when you have the HO cams though, that HO mani will be the best thing you could do.



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Re: 2.3L intake on 2.4L 98 Z24
Tuesday, February 02, 2010 9:46 PM
Ok, so with W41 cams and valve train, and a 2.4 head with a port and polish the HO would be best correct?



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Re: 2.3L intake on 2.4L 98 Z24
Tuesday, February 02, 2010 9:52 PM
AJ B wrote:

Scott I beg to differ, I have good cams, head, and 10:1 pistons, and I have done dyno on stock,ho and lo and only one improved was my LO, so I stayed with it, turbo might help but N/A HO loses


good cams??? last i heard is that you didnt even have secret cams in it.

and yes with a stock setup with only changing the intake manifold i already agreed saying its not as good but if going further into it, you will make more power with the ho setup

if you have the dyno's done post your graphs







Re: 2.3L intake on 2.4L 98 Z24
Wednesday, February 03, 2010 9:30 AM
Transporter7220 wrote:

Ok, so with W41 cams and valve train, and a 2.4 head with a port and polish the HO would be best correct?


yes.



why in the hell I am looking at quad stuff so much confuses me. I am a LN2 guy, gawd.



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Re: 2.3L intake on 2.4L 98 Z24
Wednesday, February 03, 2010 9:44 AM
I had the LO on my LD9, and it moved my power band up to high to be useful. If someone was revving higher, had head work, and LARGE cams it would be ok. I ran consistently .2seconds slower in the quarter mile with it.






Re: 2.3L intake on 2.4L 98 Z24
Wednesday, February 03, 2010 4:14 PM
Transporter7220 wrote:

Ok, so with W41 cams and valve train, and a 2.4 head with a port and polish the HO would be best correct?


absolutely!! have the cams with support ie, intake manifold/exhaust manifold, fuel and rev limit and you will benefit more from the ho intake manifold






Re: 2.3L intake on 2.4L 98 Z24
Wednesday, February 03, 2010 4:48 PM
-MD- Enforcer wrote:

I had the LO on my LD9, and it moved my power band up to high to be useful. If someone was revving higher, had head work, and LARGE cams it would be ok. I ran consistently .2seconds slower in the quarter mile with it.


wtf? im so confused



Re: 2.3L intake on 2.4L 98 Z24
Wednesday, February 03, 2010 9:16 PM
-MD- Enforcer wrote:

I had the LO on my LD9, and it moved my power band up to high to be useful. If someone was revving higher, had head work, and LARGE cams it would be ok. I ran consistently .2seconds slower in the quarter mile with it.


do you mean HO? not LO?



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Re: 2.3L intake on 2.4L 98 Z24
Thursday, February 04, 2010 12:52 PM
No I meant LO. I never had a HO manifold, just a LO. The person I sold it to, sold it not to long after he put it on his car if I remember. All I did was remove the casting marks, and machine it to bolt-up with the phenolic spacer.





Re: 2.3L intake on 2.4L 98 Z24
Sunday, February 07, 2010 11:40 PM
Brad (flatblackfire) wrote:

Transporter7220 wrote:

Ok, so with W41 cams and valve train, and a 2.4 head with a port and polish the HO would be best correct?


yes.



why in the hell I am looking at quad stuff so much confuses me. I am a LN2 guy, gawd.


The Quad is the Lego motor of the J-body. There are so many ways to piss around and mismatch parts for that line of engines its ridiculous. I'm thinking of building an LN2 for my Beretta, purely for the simplicity. I'll know exactly what to do to each part for mods, and it'll be easy to find one for cheap. I won't have as much power as if I use a DOHC motor or a 3400, but I'll have a reliable, economical engine, even after it's been built.


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Re: 2.3L intake on 2.4L 98 Z24
Monday, February 08, 2010 9:33 AM
simplicity yes, but there is so much stuff you'll have to do that will be different from anything else you will do with any other engine.



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Re: 2.3L intake on 2.4L 98 Z24
Wednesday, February 10, 2010 12:49 AM
That's all part of the fun. Besides, there's such a wealth of LN2 knowledge in the performance forum (funny how much attention it gets there), its hard to screw it up. I'd also have a couple spares around just in case that I'm sure I could convince the owner of to part with for cheap.


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