Re: turbo 392 engine build part 2
The BBF looks like a better fit then the BBC header. Maybe some block huggers would fit between the rails.
Looks like you could weld the IH flange straight to the BBF flange and just smooth the transition.
Are you cutting the guides for PC seals? If so, are you going to add some bronze sleaves to the guides?
I've heard of people running PCs on steel but I would be concerned with excessive wear from no lubrication. The bronze is self lubricating. The PCs might help reduce oil consumption when you start pressurizing.
Maybe even some ZGS-zero gap second rings to reduce blowby.
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