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Old 06-24-2003, 03:03 AM   #1
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2.2 ohv Drag motor!!!!!!!!

I dont know too much about this motor.....
All I can see is that he is using a Hogan intake manifold, bigger throttle body, N.O.S. direct port, many stainless steel hoses with Earl's Fittings, custom made valve cover (maybe from Hogan), huge exhaust primaries, and a automatic tranny.





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Old 06-24-2003, 03:05 AM   #2
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Oh yea, this motor is in a 1996 auto Cavalier.
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and how much hp is being produced?
Old 06-24-2003, 12:20 PM   #4
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He doesnt know... He hasnt tuned it on a dyno yet.
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any pics or what? cav or S10?
Old 06-24-2003, 10:26 PM   #6
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red x's!!!!

i wanna see this bad assssss motor!!
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2nd post

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Oh yea, this motor is in a 1996 auto Cavalier.
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any pics or what? cav or S10?
And I see the pictures just fine.....?
I'd sure like to know a full mod list and numbers!
Old 06-25-2003, 12:57 AM   #8
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that motor looks wild as hell i wish we knew more specs!!!
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doh they didnt load for me the firt time my bad
Old 06-25-2003, 01:13 AM   #10
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I thought this was S-10 forum.com
Old 06-25-2003, 01:17 AM   #11
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I thought this was the 2.2 section, where everyone wants to know how much these little motors can be built to push, and what parts are available. True, it isn't a truck, but it's the same motor! I guarentee there are 10 times as many hopped up 2.2's in J-bodies as in S-10's, so why not turn to them for tips and ideas?
Old 06-25-2003, 02:06 AM   #12
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I thought this was S-10 forum.com
This is a S-10 forum.....this is also a 2.2 ohv section like the previous guy said. That motor is a 2.2 ohv, just about the same motor has the 2.2 S-10s.

The guy is using a standalone ecu. From the picture, it looks like he is using ARP head bolts/studs. He has a custom made Moroso valve cover because the rockers that he is using wouldnt fit under the stock one....I dont know it was confusing when he was telling me about it. He said that he is using the Cran Cams 1.5 full roller rockers with his .510 lift cam....which is a stock regrind. Running JE 12:1 compression pistons, crower rods, and custom main caps. He said that he didnt even have need to have valve reliefs made in the pistons or fly cut the pistons with that high of compression with that big of a cam.
Thats all that I was able to ask him.
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holy crap!!!!! he spent a crapload of money for just "some" extra horspower!!!
Old 06-25-2003, 06:54 PM   #14
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holy crap!!!!! he spent a crapload of money for just "some" extra horspower!!!
???

I am sure that he has way more done to that motor than I know about. I didnt have a chance to ask him what else was done.
Old 06-29-2003, 08:49 PM   #15
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Here are a few more specs on the motor...

The Internals:

Head:
Port N polished Tremendously..
5 angle valve job
bigger Manley custom valves
K-motion valve springs
Crane Cams Fully rollerized 1.5 ratio rockers
Arp rocker studs

Block:
Bored over .20
O-ringed head and block with receiver grove
Je-pistons 12:1 compression
Crower rods
Custom made main caps
Head studs
Gm high performance lifters
.510 lift cam with 248 duration @.050
Manley pushrods

Externals:
Bigger radiator with spal fan
Transmission cooler with 3000 stall converter
F.A.S.T stand alone management unit
Custom Header
3" exhaust from header back
Hogan's Racing manifold
Moroso custom valve cover
Direct port nitrous system with seperate fuel system
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Now we just need hp numbers. Sounds like a hell of a little motor!
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If that block was bored out .20 it had to be sleeved also as you start hitting pits etc.. @ .08. I sure would like part numbers for his pistons,and rods.
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OOoOoOoOOo he has a custom "valve cover" haha
Old 07-02-2003, 02:48 AM   #19
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OOoOoOoOOo he has a custom "valve cover" haha
ya, sometimes built engines need a taller valve cover for clearance

now stop being a retarded jackhole in the 2.2 forum

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If that block was bored out .20 it had to be sleeved also as you start hitting pits etc.. @ .08. I sure would like part numbers for his pistons,and rods.

Im going to take a wild guess and assume that he meant .020", because Ive never seen any motor bored out to .2".. :shrug:
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Im going to take a wild guess and assume that he meant .020", because Ive never seen any motor bored out to .2".. :shrug:
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woah!!!! big mulah this guy dropped,seriously. whut he do his 1/4 in?
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Threads talk by themselves, man.
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Welcome to the club!!
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Old 07-03-2003, 12:14 AM   #24
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Im going to take a wild guess and assume that he meant .020", because Ive never seen any motor bored out to .2".. :shrug:
I have seen blocks bored out as far as .7 and sleeved. Even further hardblocked and sleeved. Not 2.2s of course furthest likely possible would be a .450 if there is a sleeve made to fit.
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get over it, kid.
Old 07-03-2003, 03:11 PM   #26
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uh, i didnt mean anything bad by it. you read into things too much. its a forum.... and how old are you?
Old 07-05-2003, 01:17 AM   #27
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If its been bored .2 over its not a 2.2L anymore.
Old 07-06-2003, 04:30 PM   #28
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The motor itself, and the internal parts should work on a S-10. I dont know if that intake manifold will be able to fit under a S-10 hood.
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