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post #21 of 24 Old 05-01-2009, 02:47 AM Thread Starter
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Don't worry so much at this point on the details like, 2 vs 4 bolt, or forged this or that.. the serious experienced guys will tell us where we will be able to take the 2.0t engine in its stock form and do it safely and reliably. Remember this car has only been in the hands of the US guys for a 2-3 months but we've already seen great results
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Just re-read this thread.


FYI the Caliber SRT4 motor is a 2 bolt main fully open deck motor.

We have made 570whp through this motor and will be building the motor to push it farther shortly.

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Just re-read this thread.

FYI the Caliber SRT4 motor is a 2 bolt main fully open deck motor.

We have made 570whp through this motor and will be building the motor to push it farther shortly.
Well that confirms to me that the 2 vs 4 debate isn't really a debate .... at least not at those puny power levels lol
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on a 4 cylinder it more inportant how many main cap verses 2 bolt 4 bolt 5 mains gives a stronge bottom end.
Vs how many mains? When's the last time you saw a straight 4 with 3 mains?
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