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late to the game here

WOW Einar - noice score!!! Great start for you to set out with it, and man you don't waste any time there do you? Madman, love it.

Looking forward to 'where' you go with it - sounds incredible already.

Good luck!

oh - and - I sooooo totally did the same thing w/ my wife. Jumped right on thru that open window the millisecond she was dumb enough to say yes heh heh heh... had the car the verynext day...
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Beautiful car! Gonna be a nice ride when you are through.
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How did you discover the broken ring? Smoke? Low compression / leakdown? Or only when you opened it?.
The compression check I performed prior to teardown was quite telling with significant differences in values between the various cylinders. I also had major crankcase pressure which i'm sure was created by the lack of sealing in the P&C's... The broken rings were confirmed upon opening the engine up.

My original goal when going in to the engine was for top end reseal, but curiosity got the better of me and I went down to the crank and went ahead with a full rebuild plus some "while your in there" stuff like the cams and head porting to match the intake
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Congrats that looks nice! You have to go over to Gabe and Justins forum just for the heck of it. What size is that intercooler? Again nice.
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