Besides the fact that an L36 is aluminum and an L67 is cast where is the difference in compression. Ive always thought it was in the heads but a freind told me the pistons were different. Can someone clear this up please.
the L36 and the L67 have the same block, same cam, different heads, pistons are different along with the rods, also the trannys in the L67 are stronger, with a differential. also the l36 is 9.4:1 compression l67 is 8.5:1
Cams are the same, cranks are the same, shortblock wise the only differences are the connecting rods, pistons, and crank pulley. The heads are identicall other than the L67 heads have injector holes in them.
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