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So tranny time...bearings loose and needs some machine work. So going out to CMS in California to have the work done. Going to need the billet side plate and new style bearing retainer also. Just want to have it strong enough and fresh to deal with the HP/TQ of the new engine..











Motor is in good company in Mikes shop.




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Mike doing his magic on the tranny now, getting it cleaned up.




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I am curious as to what fraction of a gram? should internal engine parts be weighed to when reasonabley balancing piston pins, pistons, connecting rods, ect as I am looking to buy a good scale? (I am not questioning anyone or anything here in this awesome build thread just hoping the experts on this thread will post their suggestions/opinions...)
Pm’ing me is fine if preferred or post here...
Thx in advance for any and all input...”
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Now that's clean..... Thanks Mike!

Heading to CMS for bell housing bore repair, gear housing bore repair and new bearings installed. Wil be adding the WEVO billet side cover and new style bearing retaining plate along with new internal parts where needed.

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I'm very interested to know more about the engine configuration if it's not proprietary for the builder...

1) I saw you were using Pauter rods with the GT3 crank and wondered what rod length was chosen for this engine build. 127.8mm (SC), 127.0mm (Carrera), or other custom length?

2) What cams did you use?

3) You got some big power at the upper end as the dyno printouts show but since this is primarily a street car how does the mid-range power look?
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I'm very interested to know more about the engine configuration if it's not proprietary for the builder...

1) I saw you were using Pauter rods with the GT3 crank and wondered what rod length was chosen for this engine build. 127.8mm (SC), 127.0mm (Carrera), or other custom length?

2) What cams did you use?

3) You got some big power at the upper end as the dyno printouts show but since this is primarily a street car how does the mid-range power look?
Ill let Mike answer that if he chooses.
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Engine specs

The engine dyno begins the data collection at wide open throttle and is held at the set RPM until you press go, so at the lower range WOT is tough to do even for a stock CIS engine at 3000 RPM, The rod length varies depending on where the pin location is in the pistons I use for a given build, typically all the parts are a custom design including the cams, which are ground by Dema Elgin, similar to a GE40 with a different lobe separation.
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Inline fuel filter is in



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Nice! Looks great!
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FWIW - I had issues with that same filter. Think it’s like 25 micron. I went with a Fuelab 818 inline filter. -6an, fits in same spot (a bit larger/longer). It’s 10 micron cellulose replaceable element.

Also had issues with a good seal on my rain hats, but that’s another story.

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FWIW - I had issues with that same filter. Think itís like 25 micron. I went with a Fuelab 818 inline filter. -6an, fits in same spot (a bit larger/longer). Itís 10 micron cellulose replaceable element.

Also had issues with a good seal on my rain hats, but thatís another story.

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doesn't cellulose break down rapidly in high-ethanol fuels?

The layout of the fuel lines looks very nice. It will really look well put together when the engine is installed.
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Will be running ethanol free 93 octane
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I think E85 fuels are the issue with cellulose. I’m fortunate enough to be able to get ethanol free gas. Fuelab makes a few different elements for the filter, just happens to come with a paper one. The Russel one (and similar) is just a mesh disc, not a lot of surface area there.

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Ill check out the Fuel lab..
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How small of a micron rating do we need for the carbs? Between 10 and 40 microns is typically considered OK for the filter between the pump and the carbs.

I used an Earl's sintered metal filter for my carb'd engine. It's a similar sized/shaped body as the one pictured by nippy. Earl's makes it in black and the busy looking foil sticker easily peels off if you get to much fuel on it (ask me how I know...) Just make sure you respect the flow direction. If you lose the sticker and don't know the direction you can always open the filter to see the element. Flow goes from outside to inside because the most surface area for filtration is on the outside of the element

https://www.holley.com/products/plumbing_an_fittings_and_hose/fuel_system_components/fuel_filters/parts/AT230106ERL

HEre's the filter element

https://www.holley.com/products/plumbing_an_fittings_and_hose/fuel_system_components/fuel_filters/parts/230107ERL
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Mike Bruns wanted it to be rated at Fuel injection quality and I asked my guys to grab one. That's what they got.
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Ok that's why I love these forums. Thanks toddu for the heads up. I ran it by Mike Bruns and he agreed the other didn't have allot of surface area. So I grabbed the
Fuelab 81801-1. Summit had them and free ship.




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Fuellab is much better, Part of the problem on the PMO carbs for the first few months is the ethanol in todays fuels eats debris off of the polymer floats and that gets into the carbs. seems to stop after a little while. If you use fuel without ethanol not a problem. If you drive the car often not a problem. If you store it for winter just put race fuel like 100 octane unleaded in it. Todays feel from the pump has a really short shelf life in a vented system like an older 911. William Knight

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