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How do you know if you have a forged or PMR motor? Thanks
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Your 99.5 is a forged motor.

All 99's were forged, as were most 2000's. A small few 2000's and many 2001's were PMR motors, and all 2002-03's were also PMR's.
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Oh! Oh! Does that mean my E99 has forged rods????
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Wow... a girtle for 500hp??? LOL


500hp build assuming you have Forged rods...

38r or Modded H2e $2000
250/100 hybrids $2300
Studs $500
910 Valve springs $100
Tuning $400-500
Tranny... $4000

There ya go.


No girtle, no valve work, no oil system, no nitrious...
How much HP are we looking with what is listed?
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How much HP are we looking with what is listed?
As CSIPSD said, that will get you to the 500 hp mark.
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How much HP are we looking with what is listed?

500-525...

Add a oil system and you should be over 575, 200% nozzles will get you right near 600... Beyond that and you need to step up to 300-350cc hybrids.

Once at that point I dont care what guys say, there not daily driving them anymore.
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500-525...

Add a oil system and you should be over 575, 200% nozzles will get you right near 600... Beyond that and you need to step up to 300-350cc hybrids.

Once at that point I dont care what guys say, there not daily driving them anymore.
CSIPSD how much hp do you think I can get out of a forged block as is? Thinking of doing an engine swap. Also thinking of what kind of up grades to start with. Turbo, injectors,etc
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CSIPSD how much hp do you think I can get out of a forged block as is? Thinking of doing an engine swap. Also thinking of what kind of up grades to start with. Turbo, injectors,etc
How much HP are you looking for? Thats the first thing you need to ask yourself on any build.

ya, it may change later, but give your self a goal and go from there.

Stock Forged blocks can and will hold 650-700 hp with the right upgrades, tuning and no drugs...
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How much HP are you looking for? Thats the first thing you need to ask yourself on any build.

ya, it may change later, but give your self a goal and go from there.

Stock Forged blocks can and will hold 650-700 hp with the right upgrades, tuning and no drugs...
My goal right now is 500 and go from there. I still got some ways to get there though. My intension was to swap a motor with out doing any to the motor it self. Will the head studs be able to handle that much hp?
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My goal right now is 500 and go from there. I still got some ways to get there though. My intension was to swap a motor with out doing any to the motor it self. Will the head studs be able to handle that much hp?

The build sheet I posted above will get you there...

250/100% hybrids
Modded H2e or like
Studs
910 valve springs

Tranny to hold it...

No oil system, no nitrous, no special crap. Stock long block.

I know many guys running that set up, myself included... I have 200% nozzles, but not by choice.
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would these be the the valve springs

Comp Cams 910-16 Comp Cams Single Valve Springs
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Yes, those are the ones.
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Can the valve springs be replace with the heads installed or do they need to be remove?
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With the heads in.
So it can be done with the heads on the block. Well looks like I'll be getting some ARP head studs.

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