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I in need of some advise on what should be good for this.

Alright i am want to build a motor around 400 Hp
A: will be on 8PSI from a JRSC (Jackson Racing S/C)
b: meth injection
C: Carillo Rods
D: Wiseco 9.7:1 Pistons
E: Stainless valve(input needed*)
F: mild Head PnP
g: valve springs and ti- retainer(input needed)
H: some "stage 2 cams"
I: K-pro
J: Stock K24A1 crank
K: redline around 7700 rpm

Any input will be great!!


Another Question I have a chance to buy either a k20a2 Short Block instead of the k24A1 Which would you use?
 

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yeah i have come to conclusion of just using the k24, i don't really care about rev a motor to 10k. i see what your saying but your friend has less displacement and lower c/r, i still do believe it is possible without spray. i prefer not to use N20, as i do some track racing and auto-x so for one its illegal for those and i don't want to have to refill that that thang all the time. your input is helpful as you are the only one who decided to response, it looks like i'll have to just trail and error it myself.
 

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i plan on getting a k24a2 head or k20a2 head. PnP port match, some type of stage 2 cam. i don't really trust running a smaller pulley than the 4.0in on a Jackson charger, as i think it will lead to failure. C/R will be around 10.2:1 as i was just looking at pistons. i was considering doing the Nikos k24 short block but i already have the engine and i don't think he'll take mine.
 

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thats a aggressive approach to it. but i for sure want for forged rods and pistons and better valve train. as is right now there is a valve neatly attached to the top of my #1 piston. lol, from what i have been reading is that most of the power is made in the head and the tune of the k series. the last motor i put together was a dodge 360(5.9 L) for a 72 dodge dart. this is a little different.
 
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