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    Quote Originally Posted by boosted180sx View Post
    im sure 200 is possible with a head swap and some bottom end work.
    ...at what price!!

    Quote Originally Posted by team3d View Post
    I will say 180lbs is possible
    ...definitely!

    Quote Originally Posted by mfuller View Post
    To make that kind of torque naturally aspirated, you're probably looking at different pistons. Think upwards of 12:1 compression.
    Bottom end work mandatory for sure and a better head too i would think... Oh, and E85 would probably help too!

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    I see your point but no one is suppose to know about the nitrous.
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    200Tq ?
    head swap will do it. maybe little less cost than CT kit
    I see that there is more risk doing head swap than bolting on a FI kit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mar_k24 View Post
    I see that there is more risk doing head swap than bolting on a FI kit.
    What risks come with the head swap? Seems safe to me as long as you upgrade the oiling system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucious View Post
    What risks come with the head swap? Seems safe to me as long as you upgrade the oiling system.
    It's extremely serious. Empty wallet syndrome.


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