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Rebuilding Hot Mods RB C6 with standard kit


Old 06-23-2008, 12:48 AM
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Default Rebuilding Hot Mods RB C6 with standard kit

Does anyone know what will happen if i rebuild my HOT MODS C6 BB T7 with a standard sleeve , piston and rod ?
What will happen if i use the old HOT MODS sleeve with the new piston and rod ?
I rebuilt my HOT MODS WS7 with a standard rebuild kit and it took me for ever to tune it I had to take the LSN out 2 turns from standard to 7 turns out to get to run then lean the top right in to get it to perform I didn't think the crank case was milled anywhere behind the sleeve . Someone told me the crank is milled , would this be the difference .
It is very touchy to temp changes now and takes a lot more tuning than before
Anyone got any ideas or experience with this
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DO NOT, AND I MEAN DO NOT USE YOUR OLD SLEEVE WITH A NEW PISTON!!!!!! These things have to be broken in together, and as far as the rest of your question goes. If you put a stock sleeve and piston in your C-6 your back to a stock C-6 again. I have never owned a modded motor but I am pretty sure that they do no work to the block. Even if they do there is no way it could adversly affect the new sleeve or piston you are putting in. All you are doing by replacing it, is getting rid of the modded (ported) sleeve.
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