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If i am somehow able to rebuild my L36 what could i make stronger?
I know the piston rods from the L67 are stronger but are they the fit w/ everything else on my L36 if i slap those on? Pretty much what is weak and what are my options Any help would be great.
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The lowered compression of the SC'd pistons is to componsate for the extra torque the SC puts out.

I would consider stronger rockers, better flowing heads & exhaust, larger Fuel Injectors, etc...
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