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Import DPS KA24 SLEEVED Blocks Now Available!!

Post by importdps » Sat Oct 17, 2009 6:46 pm

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Hey Everyone,


Our first batch of Sleeved KA24 Blocks have just arrived. We just got in about 8 of them, 4 of which well you already know were keeping for ourselves. Blocks will be sold as full builds only. Engine Assemblies and Pricing please pm until we get setup as a vendor later on this week.

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Please do not call for info as of yet. We are working on package deals for all the sleeved block builds. As I get more info from Oso, Junior and we sit down for our team meeting I will bring you more information. I do know they are ready to go and we will be putting some serious boost on these sleeves to test them out.


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Post by NateDogg » Sat Oct 17, 2009 7:07 pm

That looks like some serious hardware...

For the noobs...what is the advantage of a sleeved block and the 1/2" head studs?

Sounds like a 600hp+ type of build.
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Post by O&Jperformance » Sun Oct 18, 2009 8:49 am

I talked to Junior and he was telling me about the sleeves on the KA block.Now is ready for 75 psi.
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Post by crazys14 » Sun Oct 18, 2009 11:21 am

O&Jperformance wrote:I talked to Junior and he was telling me about the sleeves on the KA block.Now is ready for 75 psi.
holy jesus i cant imaging 75psi 40psi blows my socks off

I got a question about the 1/2" studs, did you have to machine the head at all to accept them? i got the 11mm head studs right now and they barely fit just curious

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Post by importdps » Sun Oct 18, 2009 11:47 am

O&Jperformance wrote:I talked to Junior and he was telling me about the sleeves on the KA block.Now is ready for 75 psi.

Thanks for the head gaskets pana!!
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Post by importdps » Sun Oct 18, 2009 11:49 am

crazys14 wrote:
O&Jperformance wrote:I talked to Junior and he was telling me about the sleeves on the KA block.Now is ready for 75 psi.
holy jesus i cant imaging 75psi 40psi blows my socks off

I got a question about the 1/2" studs, did you have to machine the head at all to accept them? i got the 11mm head studs right now and they barely fit just curious

Were going to push it over 65psi thats for sure. The stock sleeve wasn't strong enough for the boost we were trying to run.

1/2" Head Studs are L19. They are custom made for us from ARP. We will be selling them as part of our packages in both 3/8" and 1/2" for the heavier boost setups. As far as the machining, yes, the block has to be machined. There are some small modifications needed to the head as well, but other than that it is pretty straight forward.


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Post by xsublimefrekx » Sun Oct 18, 2009 11:55 am

looks like a pretty serious setup.
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Post by importdps » Sun Oct 18, 2009 12:19 pm

xsublimefrekx wrote:looks like a pretty serious setup.
We have a 1/4 mile time in our head. Were not stopping until we get it.
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Post by crazys14 » Sun Oct 18, 2009 12:21 pm

importdps wrote:
xsublimefrekx wrote:looks like a pretty serious setup.
We have a 1/4 mile time in our head. Were not stopping until we get it.
what head gasket are you planning on running with these?

im very interested in the L19 1/2" or larger head studs as even with the 11mm arp's i have currently i am lifting the head a little bit at higher boost

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Post by importdps » Sun Oct 18, 2009 12:30 pm

We run a custom Copper head gasket. For the street applications I'd recommend a cometic standard compression gasket. Standard ARP head studs will work up to about 20psi. If your doing more than that, send me a pm with the setup and I will have junior look over it and give his recommendation.

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Post by KoukiKAT » Sun Oct 18, 2009 6:27 pm

Is it just me, or do those bores look pitted to hell??
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Post by O&Jperformance » Sun Oct 18, 2009 6:35 pm

importdps wrote:
O&Jperformance wrote:I talked to Junior and he was telling me about the sleeves on the KA block.Now is ready for 75 psi.

Thanks for the head gaskets pana!!
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Post by tom550 » Sun Oct 18, 2009 7:15 pm

NateDogg wrote:That looks like some serious hardware...

For the noobs...what is the advantage of a sleeved block and the 1/2" head studs?

Sounds like a 600hp+ type of build.
and how is this for noobs? to me this looks like a new engine not a rebuilt one.
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Post by importdps » Sun Oct 18, 2009 8:25 pm

KoukiKAT wrote:Is it just me, or do those bores look pitted to hell??
Just the camera angle.
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Post by efeezi » Sun Oct 18, 2009 10:33 pm

Are the coolant jackets completely filled?
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Post by irritatedmax » Mon Oct 19, 2009 12:40 pm

dang it! i can't see the pics at work. :x

you guys are insane. i look forward to checking this out at home.

65psi = like 1500hp? :shock: haha, what monster of a turbo are you planning on using? i want to see a turbo as big as the block in the bay. haha.

truly impressive. my hat's off to you, gents.
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Post by nismo_dreaming » Mon Oct 19, 2009 1:03 pm

efeezi wrote:Are the coolant jackets completely filled?
X2, The pictures definitely look like it. I’m sure it’s possible to order without filling correct? Great job on all this Research and Development. Hope you guys sell a grip of these bad boys.
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Post by importdps » Tue Oct 20, 2009 9:07 am

nismo_dreaming wrote:
efeezi wrote:Are the coolant jackets completely filled?
X2, The pictures definitely look like it. I’m sure it’s possible to order without filling correct? Great job on all this Research and Development. Hope you guys sell a grip of these bad boys.
The coolant jackets are entirely filled but that is only for race car vehicles only. We just dont use them.

We know its a rarity to see such a hard ass KA-T go down the track. So whatever we can do to help the community and make them run as hard as us so be it!!

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Post by boker240 » Tue Aug 10, 2010 12:34 pm

just wondering if ivan or any of these other high hp ka's had a machinist sleeve the block for 700+whp???
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He'll probably blow the motor, and then join the army of retards who hate on KA's for no good reason.

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Post by eazye2000 » Tue Aug 10, 2010 2:19 pm

Oh my.... :shock:

Thems' look like a block that Satan himself forged from the depths of hell.

Wish I could afford that kind of machinery. Too bad most of us KA-T guys are broke DIY'ers lol
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Post by crazys14 » Tue Aug 10, 2010 2:21 pm

boker240 wrote:just wondering if ivan or any of these other high hp ka's had a machinist sleeve the block for 700+whp???
on this new motor ive ran over 700whp for around 3 months now. my problem before was head lift which is now solved with a cometic 2mm head gasket and evo l19 head studs my motor will handle 40psi pulls easily with now coolant getting shot back into reservoir which makes me happy!

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Post by boker240 » Tue Aug 10, 2010 9:02 pm

was the block sleeved though??^^^^
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Post by efeezi » Tue Aug 10, 2010 10:04 pm

Mine isnt sleeved.

That block will probably be my next step though because I did manage to crack a cylinder wall. If it happens again it will be sooner than later :shock: I believe Ivan cracked one too if im not mistaken.
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Post by 13waynegarcia » Tue Aug 10, 2010 11:27 pm

give us some prices so i can start saving

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Post by BRAD D » Thu Sep 02, 2010 4:30 pm

so whats the story with the 1/2" studs? i have my block tapped to 11mm and would like to know if i can bump them out to your 1/2" studs. what needs to be done to the head? How much do they cost? ar you selling them yet?

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Post by BRAD D » Mon Sep 06, 2010 11:22 pm

Looks like i might be looking for a sleaved block :(

dont mind all the ash, the pistons dont look that bad. some rust the motor has been sitting for a few years. this was on a low 600whp motor with over 500ft.lbs

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Post by 13waynegarcia » Mon Sep 06, 2010 11:34 pm

That sux how the hell did that happen??

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Post by klattr1 » Tue Sep 07, 2010 7:11 am

Brad, was that with a .020" overbore?

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Post by BRAD D » Tue Sep 07, 2010 7:36 am

im not too sure.. it was long ago. built by Ivan at AMS. i can mesure..

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