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Old 04-16-14, 06:09 PM   #851
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It could also be building inspectors, local government bylaws or insurance evaluators?
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Old 04-16-14, 06:12 PM   #852
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True. I wouldn't think it really would be any different than a shop owner. May wanna check with your insurance though. That is a good point.

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They can just fill up your existing stock semi-closed deck up with aluminum billet for $700 and have it back to you in a few days A lot less work and cheaper than sleeves
Would i be safe running over 35psi in a "semi" closed deck? But again i know ill regret not doing this now.


Ill give rick a call and have a chat. Im sure a local shop can do this instead of having to ship my block to them.
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Old 04-17-14, 05:28 AM   #854
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Would i be safe running over 35psi in a "semi" closed deck? But again i know ill regret not doing this now.





Ill give rick a call and have a chat. Im sure a local shop can do this instead of having to ship my block to them.

Yea I definitely wouldn't trust a "local shop" to do this. They hardly have the testing that Outfront has committed.

This isn't as simple as dumping some molten aluminum in the block and calling it a day. Please do it right the first time if you're going to do this. It's far better than doing it wrong and then having to go the right way.
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Would i be safe running over 35psi in a "semi" closed deck? But again i know ill regret not doing this now.


Ill give rick a call and have a chat. Im sure a local shop can do this instead of having to ship my block to them.
30psi is the upper limit on the stock semi closed deck block Outfront has perfected their way of filling up the block with billet while retaining good flow through the stock coolant passges
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Yea I definitely wouldn't trust a "local shop" to do this. They hardly have the testing that Outfront has committed.

This isn't as simple as dumping some molten aluminum in the block and calling it a day. Please do it right the first time if you're going to do this. It's far better than doing it wrong and then having to go the right way.
Youre right and like user said, Outfront hasnt had any problems with any of their close decks. They've been doing this for like 10 years.
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Old 04-17-14, 08:02 AM   #857
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Stock STi baseline = 225whp
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IAG V-band rotated turbo kit
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- Mishimoto Radiator
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- 265/35/18 Michelin Sport A/S Plus
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That video = daaaaamn. It reminds me of the ghost rider turbo sport bike from my good ol days, the speedo shoots up almost quicker than the tach. That is insanely quick for anything with four wheels.
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^ Element Tuning is also using closed deck blocks with great reliability under race conditions.

First hand experience? give me 4-5months and I will be able to tell you. What I know is that they were one of the first shops that started using alternative, more cooling-friendly options to the traditional sleeves.

My car is a genuine bug eye STI with Element pro comp, dry sump, BW 7163,....being installed as we speak.
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^ Element Tuning is also using closed deck blocks with great reliability under race conditions.

First hand experience? give me 4-5months and I will be able to tell you. What I know is that they were one of the first shops that started using alternative, more cooling-friendly options to the traditional sleeves.

My car is a genuine bug eye STI with Element pro comp, dry sump, BW 7163,....being installed as we speak.
Yup I talked to Phil about his closed deck but he says I can't use my existing heads since the ET closed deck clearances are only compatible with ET heads
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Yup I talked to Phil about his closed deck but he says I can't use my existing heads since the ET closed deck clearances are only compatible with ET heads
I am sure you will have good results with Outfront as well.

Ps, your build is my number one here sir. Very well-done!
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