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Does anybody know of a good book/video/website/class that teaches you to do head porting and other head work? I have 2 sets of old sbc heads i can practice on, i just dont really know what im doing but i think it would be great to know, thanks!
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This should help get you started.



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Does anybody know of a good book/video/website/class that teaches you to do head porting and other head work? I have 2 sets of old sbc heads i can practice on, i just dont really know what im doing but i think it would be great to know, thanks!
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if you go on line to chevy high performance and super chevy magazines,they both have alot of articles on just that.long as you do the research thoroughly its not as hard as you may think.the worst thing is getting all the grinding materials first.look to standard abrasives and very good industrial hardware stores for good carbide utting tips that aren't cheap but handy for doing a good job.
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