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· Raging Opel-holic
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Hey, it's been a few months since I last posted, so I'm not sure what's been happening here. I don't think this is going to be a repeat topic, but if so could someone point me to the thread that would cover this.

I've been talking to everyone I can find about giving the GT an engine that does its styling justice, and then some. The hottest setup that I've been told of is a '99 2.4L bottom end topped by a 2.0E head. This is to be followed by a 5-speed Getrag and put through to the wheels with a 4:18 waggon rear end. The rear end has stock mounts for a sway bar. I have the rear end now and will have the engine in a few months. Here's where the questions start. Can I use the roller cam and lifter setup that Bob had posted some time back? I want to go with a dual side draft intake and will be installing a stainless steel exhaust system from Germany. What carbs work best for this kind of combo? Has anyone heard of this engine combination having been used in the US? I've been told that this would be a first. There's a torsen limited slip differential from Quafe that costs about $1200.00. Are there any other diffs out there for the GT? If so, how much do they go for? Thanks for any info or setup tips.

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