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#5: 03-04-2013, 10:07 AM
 
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Originally Posted by HammrsHell View Post
I have seen many 2.5GT with rebuilt short blocks, long blocks, turbos etc. Is it a design flaw with the engine itself? I have read a lot of issues around cylinder 4. I didn’t know if that issue translated over to the 6 cylinder.
Turbo engines are not as reliable as N/As because they generally run hotter under more stress & use up oil faster. The issue w/cylinder #3 is that the turbo is right next to it, so the heat from the turbo is always sinks into that side of the engine, which is already hot, causing more heat to build up. The H6s do not have these kinds of problems.

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