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Old 07-05-2004, 01:09 PM   #1
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Default 92 L EGR valveless question?

If a common proplem with the 3.8 without the EGR valve is over heating on the exhaust valves and damage to the valve and manifolds.
Can increasing the exhaust valve rocker ratio so the valve open more thus by cooling and increase scavaging of exhaust heat and gases and maybe eleavating excessive exhaust heat on the EGR less 3.8s in addition to the other mods for that praticural problem.
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