hehe, spot on with the dustpan...yeah, the consensus is to take along a dustpan and brush when you do it.
read the technical threads, they will be of great use.
blower seems to be the way.
V-F and turbophil are most interesting.
read carefully any post by charliex. it'll be fact.
good luck, sam
The only thing I would be wary of is the oil pump. Supposedly it may not maintain structural integrity above 9300 rpm.I've got titanium conrods, lightweight valves and upgraded valve springs so I expect it to be able to handle the increased revs with no problem. I'm wondering if there is any advantage to adding a few 100 extra revs and whether there is power drop-off.
I'm looking at various ways to increase the power. It may be easier to boost things up but there are always consequences unless there is a total engineering solution.oil pump, valves, springs, and pressure plate are all critters that break with higher revs if left in stock form. If the OP has got this stuff renewed with better bits, than have at it. CX is your guy for that...
Not that it matters a whole lot, but why are you interested in raising the revs? I've thought about doing it for a quick and dirty drag strip run. I figure 4th is only good to 112-114ish so being able to rev to 9000 or so would allow trap speeds to 120ish mph... outside of that, I can't think of anything else???
I didn't know that the K20 can do 9k rpm.You don't even need the f20. A k20 will do that, and is much easier to put in.