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Old 04-06-2018, 01:34 PM   #4
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From using cross sections and guides read online I used a die grinder and kit from harbor freight to port the head as well as a little bit of the exhaust manifold. I do recommend from experience to get a really good compressor. Mine could not keep up which slowed down the process considerably. Its very time consuming but it is sort of relaxing in a way. You just slowly work the metal to get the shape and the finish appropriate for what you're working on. I polished the exhaust and combustion chambers and let a rougher finish on the intake. Turned out pretty well I think.

Make sure you protect the valve seats too. I stuck old valves in to keep them from getting damaged.







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