CR is stock, I skimmed by 0.3mm but I've done a lot of seat work so valves are much more hidden, at the end this must be the same as originally. I now think I should perhaps have go to 11:1 as twink spark allows going far, on the other hand staying around 10:1 with twin spark gives a lot of security while playing with the ignition advance, it never pings.
I did not touch the bottom, just installed three metal rod bearings and checked clearances (150.000km engine). Made true oil baffling and modified oil pan stupid appendix, hand finished the stock exhaust pipes and manifold, high flow cat, removed the third huge exhaust, many small mods. Stock valves are quite good, just installed new OEM guides. Installed oil restrictor for the head (strangely absent on these engines): security for the bottom if oil pressure is lost in the head.
Oil pressure and temperature, gauge, wideband lambda.
No need to buy vernier pulley on TS, it's easy to modify the stock one to have reference marks and a pointer. The stock exhaust pulley can be adjusted on 10 degrees (every tooth makes 14 degrees), the most advanced position being the best 112 timing. Cut the belt cache in two pieces, this way I can adjust cam timing without having to remove any other part.
The most stupid thing on this engine is the water thermostat (one way, like on '50 v8 engines), the most clever thing is the water pump in the head.