CN, BAE or ajpe

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  1. sean70ss

    sean70ss Member

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    Anyone prefer one or the other? Used cn in our nitrous stuff always was a solid foundation. BAE is good to. Has anyone ran the raised cam AJPE BLOCK? Looking at CN for either a short or std deck block.
     
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    I think the spread lifter and raised cam is the only way to go. Brad and CN seem to have more ready. Aj had a head stud issue and not sure if it was ever resolved. The blocks were fine but the studs were failing at an alarming rate.
     
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    What about the Noonan blocks?
     
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    Is there much price difference between BAE and CN? Been so long since I have priced one. What is the go to short or std deck? Outlaw pm c rotor.
     
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    $10,000 ready to rock
     
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    If your running outlaw why not step up to the 4.9 deal? There are several out there running with good success.

    Also, AJPE is coming out with a “new” hemi design, bigger head studs, ability to pull the heads with the intake, raised intake port, etc.

    There’s lots of trick options these days, if your buying a run of the mill block and a run of the mill head, your gonna be left behind.
     
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    That's the problem I've heard. A older -.500 deal with 60 mm cam and 2.100 lifters isn't any better than a .100 tall deal. It's the 2.600 spread , 70 mm cam and larger sleeves where all the hp is. Not to mention the raised intake ports with the .100 tall intakes
     
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