The pistons look correct with the dish, but I have only seen people swapping those into a qr, look like frontier pistons, so they could be the correct piston?I may have to wait till I get home to verify the rods but it looks like they swapped the pistons to a non Spec V rotating assembly or swapped the motor for the SER power plant.
This is a QR engine, at least that is what is stamped on it. The top ring land is higher on these pistons than on the lower compression pistons. I will do some more checking. Thanks again buddy, I really appreciate you.The pistons look correct with the dish, but I have only seen people swapping those into a qr, look like frontier pistons, so they could be the correct piston?
I don't understand, what are mounts, I know you aren't talking about the engine mounts LOLOnly the Spec had the full counter weight crank for the revs and those look like first gen rods.
Not sure how it will act in that frame with the mounts but I didn't mind it before I did mount inserts or even with mount inserts with the BS deleted.
Thank you so much, that really made my day, I will do some serious checking before I buy the crank kit. I didn't know until a few days ago that there was a difference between a manual transmission crankshaft and a CVT crank. I may be wrong about that but I found a good engine that would work but they said it was for a CVT transmission only. I did see there was something in the pilot shaft hole of the CVT engine.There is no turbo crank, don't reference the Moto IQ article as they were building an 02-06 QR using the updated crank. We can continue to use the image for reference if needed.
The car came with the fully counted weighted crank shaft stock, the place you bought your car from put the lower grade qr in there to put the car back on the road I'm assuming. You can do the same and I don't know what the difference will be for in cabin vibrations to include the bs deletion but as long as the signal plate for the crank is the same you can run what ever crank.
You might find a short block to use that's still good faster.