Originally Posted by hcompton
That flow bench cost 800 bucks to build that price would easily cover the cost of porting. A good one that can be used for many heads over years of time will cost 1500 bucks and be well under spec for most actual flow benchs.
I agree a good flow bench is a big help. But not really needed to get started. Now after you got your tools together and know how to use the them a flow bench will start to be more useful.
u can make a simple flow bench out of a shopvac , ford 0-5v maf sensor a volt metter and some plywood/2x4's
while not an actual flow bench u can use it to see any gains picked up in each port and use it to get all ur ports close to flowing the same