filling AIR ports on exhaust for head porting

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Re: filling AIR ports on exhaust for head porting

Postby 73GTV » Tue Jan 07, 2014 5:51 am

It looks like you are correct in the data. It will work. Looks like you did your home work.
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Re: filling AIR ports on exhaust for head porting

Postby BOBLOOK » Wed Jan 08, 2014 8:14 am

Okay i see who knows maybe NHRA prostock restrict the use of those head :lol: :lol:
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Re: filling AIR ports on exhaust for head porting

Postby mallito1.8 » Fri Jan 17, 2014 7:01 am

Toyota1515 wrote:But i really dont have any clue if these design really work for sure, as it is being a secret and too labor intensive just to test if it does work i just trow it out here to stir the pot a little!

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I wish I took pics of when we rebuilt my engine when I messed it up but I guess that's a oldy trick that some people have done to the cylinder head cause I don't understand it but my friend did something like that to my cylinder head and I can't say for shure if it worked but before I began my turbo swap my car was a nitrous set up and we did some hits and I know we rev the crap on it like 10,000 rpm but it felt nasty and smooth I was like wow
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Re: filling AIR ports on exhaust for head porting

Postby mikealike » Thu Mar 27, 2014 2:04 am

it might work but nothing wrong with what weve always done in the past....
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