Yeah it could have ended much worse. Especially how hard I push my car.Damn bro!! Glad u noticed it sooner rather than later!!!
Thanks I'm glad I decided to clean the pistons or I would have never noticed the slight lean.Now that's some attention to detail there, nice catch.
Yup lol it's a cloned 75 non-mivec piston with the small raised circle in the middle removed.Well that's a flat-top piston if I've ever seen one. Lol!
That's a question I probably won't be able to answer. Seeing as it was only that cylinder it most likely wasn't too much boost. I'm hoping I can turn it down this year and still make more powerSo how did the rod get bent that direction?
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I measured deflection with a dial indicator at the trans end of the crank. After dynoing and seeing lower power I parked the car until I took the top end apart for the cams. There were several check balls that had fallen out of exhaust rocker arms and collapsed lifters that were on cylinders 4-6 and I believe the cylinder pressures were extremely high from lack of exhaust exiting. That's all I can think that would bend a rod and crank on that end.Ok, how the hell did you bend the crank?