|01-09-2003 05:53 PM|
|rooster||THERE WILL BE NO WAY TO DO SO EVEN TO GASKET MATCH WOULD EAT THE VALVE GUIDES IM SURE !|
|01-09-2003 02:05 PM|
bullheimer...better watch out, there are people out there who will actually try that
Then again, I guess they shouldn't be allowed to drive anyway . . .
|01-09-2003 01:12 PM|
sure, you just need this milwaukee drill called a "hole hawg" and a 1 inch Arbor Bit that electricians use. Use one that is about 12 inches long, insert into top of manifold, squeeze the trigger and waller out all the runners till you can stick a tennis ball through them!
oh yeah, to get rid of the excess metal filings, just remove one sparks plug at a time, while it's running and the filing will just be pushed out the spark plug hole. <img src="graemlins/crash.gif" border="0" alt="[crash]" />
[ January 09, 2003: Message edited by: bullheimer ]</p>
|01-09-2003 07:28 AM|
|engineguy||No, it is NOT possible to port the heads while they are on the engine. WHY would you want to do that, anyway?? Actually, anything more than slight porting in the valve pockets and matching the ports to intake and exhaust manifolds is pretty much a waste of time, unless you have access to a flow bench.|
|01-08-2003 03:40 PM|
|72 chevy||Hey, it aint much more work to just pull the heads and go from there...besides, if ya have trouble, just ask!!|
|01-08-2003 03:33 PM|
|72 chevy||It becomes <img src="graemlins/evil.gif" border="0" alt="[evil]" />|
|01-08-2003 03:13 PM|
|toymobile||you really dont want to try that, whats happing to the ground away metal?|
|01-08-2003 03:04 PM|
Is it possible to port cylinder heads without removing them from the block.