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Angle mill an 8n head and or Mill the block .
New Valves and seats . ( Thicker for Static Compression , Larger w/ swirl polished stems for Dynamic Compression )
Oversized pistons .
Offset weld the crankshaft
Dual Exhaust manifold & port work ( Dynamic Compression ) I think a custom tube header would be the cats meow .
A custom ground Cam from ??? could knock the heck out of the Dynamic Compression as would a forced induction system .
Low impedance air filter , gas cool can , electric fan , genny cut off switch (H.P.)
Let's not forget NO2
Run the 9/16 pump with light weight full synthetic oil .
Polish connecting rods and balance the rotating assemble .
Or go buy a 226 flat six , get crazy and rip all the guts out of the drive train .
A properly built N motor has the best high ratio of power at the lowest risk of drive train damage .
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