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Old 10-25-2017, 08:07 AM
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I was curious about the reliability of the F24 stroker kit. I would like to hear from people that are track driving and street driving. If you had a failure what was it? If not how many miles have you gone on your build? Either way I 'm going to continue with my stroker build.
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Old 10-28-2017, 02:25 PM
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Had mine for about 2 years now and only track driven. No issues so far..knock on wood lol
Im tuned to 8200 rpm but on track shift about 7600 to 7800 rpm.
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I've street driven mine about 4k miles with 1 track event. Red line is at 7800 no problems so far just check the oil level periodically.
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I have had my 2.4 set up since 2014 and had ZERO issue to date with approximately 7 - 8 track days to date.

Redline used to be 9000 but lowered to 8500 as peak power reached at 8300 and my local track didnt need additional rev as gearing with 8500 cut off works ok.
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Originally Posted by djdoc View Post
I have had my 2.4 set up since 2014 and had ZERO issue to date with approximately 7 - 8 track days to date.

Redline used to be 9000 but lowered to 8500 as peak power reached at 8300 and my local track didnt need additional rev as gearing with 8500 cut off works ok.
any details regarding your f24?
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Originally Posted by f20kills View Post
Had mine for about 2 years now and only track driven. No issues so far..knock on wood lol
Im tuned to 8200 rpm but on track shift about 7600 to 7800 rpm.
could u share ur current setup
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Originally Posted by S2kAndTheAnt
any details regarding your f24?
Sorry for late reply. Havent been in s2ki for a while.... Haha

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Old 11-13-2017, 06:14 AM
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Originally Posted by c32b View Post
could u share ur current setup
Its an OEM motor from head to oil pan. Only parts that are not OEM are the rods.
I Used CnC Speedshops kit which is an OEM K24 crank with custom rods to fit stock AP1/2 pistons. I have no other mods to the motor other than that. Raises compression to 13:1 as I use AP1 pistons.
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Do you run pump gas?
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Originally Posted by Chibo View Post
Do you run pump gas?

I run 100 since my car is a track car only. I can tune to pump.
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