BSWIFT

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I would think so. Good question for Forward Motion.
 

quintwatson

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Are you just trying to lower your compression back down for pump gas? If so, try just running a thicker base gasket, or stack two standard ones. That will lift the cylinder slightly and give more room between the piston and cylinder head.
 

bobbyhill925

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quintwatson said:
Are you just trying to lower your compression back down for pump gas? If so, try just running a thicker base gasket, or stack two standard ones. That will lift the cylinder slightly and give more room between the piston and cylinder head.

really?
 

ZOMBIE666

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quintwatson said:
Are you just trying to lower your compression back down for pump gas? If so, try just running a thicker base gasket, or stack two standard ones. That will lift the cylinder slightly and give more room between the piston and cylinder head.

wont that mess with port timing?
 

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Unless you were running some sort of a cylinder spacer, I believe the porting shouldn't need to change for lower compression. The head should be what was modified for higher compression. Have the head re-machined and you should be fine. As Bswift said, call Eric, he can point you in the right direction.
 
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