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We have been doing motor rebuilding for Joyner customers from all parts of the country.

We just recived a Trooper from Chris/Jennifer they want monster performonce from thear Custom Trooper. It is one of the coolest Troopers that i have ever seen.Lennys is vary cool to.We are going to Dyno Stock motor and then start the build.We have worked out what we think is going to be a Monster

1)We are going to mill the head port,polish and match intake/exhaust manifolds.We are going to work on the combustion chambers.

2)We are going to deck the block, remove all rough castings and paint inner block for better flow of oil.

3)We are going to line bore the main bearing caps and match the bearings

4) We are going to bore the block .020 and use a set of out 9.5-1 forged pistons with Total seal rings filed to the proper gap.For no loss in compression

5)We are going to Supercharge motor With water alcohol injection so we can up the boost and still be reliable

6) We are also working on the rods first we will smooth the rough casting surface them cryogenic frozen

7)balance the crank radius the oil holes

8)oil cooler

10) custom forced induction camshafts

12) cometic headgasket

13) Stainless steel hoses

!4) We are going to modify intake manfold and throttle body

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