The team has also been moved to install a less aggressive compression combination, with changing the head gasket thickness. This move is an attempt to reduce engine heat, which also seems to be a concern. ARP head studs and bolts are used to seal up the new engine, and have proved to be very nice pieces of hardware ! The team will continue to tune and modify the components, until a pull worthy combination can be obtained. Stay tuned !!
|Lane Duncan installs ARP head studs onto the Twisted Kitty powerplant.|
|Lane Duncan uses a degree wheel, to mark timing positions on the Briggs Stratton flywheel.|
|Lane Duncan adjusts ignition timing, on the Zach Kerber machined crank trigger.|
|Lane Duncan looks over the ARP fasteners, installed on his Twisted Kitty engine.|