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Old 06-08-2017, 08:05 AM   #76
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It is upside down. No access to the spark plugs.
They never had good access to the spark plugs. Yours is oriented correctly you just need to trim some of the meat in the flange between the ports. Bracing is 100% a must.
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Old 06-09-2017, 12:37 AM   #77
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They never had good access to the spark plugs. Yours is oriented correctly you just need to trim some of the meat in the flange between the ports. Bracing is 100% a must.
You ever put a exhaust gasket on backwards? Doesn't line up with the ports. Same thing is happening with his flange being on backwards. You can't just cut the extra material off of the flange. It needs to be flipped and oriented properly.
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