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Old 01-09-2013, 11:56 AM
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U dnt want my opinions :X
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Old 01-09-2013, 12:22 PM
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U dnt want my opinions :X
U haz no ported head
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Old 01-09-2013, 02:26 PM
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there is alot of uneveness in the casting even on the intake ports. When mine was ported the intake was also smoothed and polished up a little as well
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Alright looks like I'll shell out the extra money for intake porting.

Mini update: war was declared and won against my tensioner, it is off
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Ready to ship out












Yeah I know the motor isn't at TDC lol
I've seen the ports before and have been researching ported heads, now I look back at my stock ones, WOW! And for reference in the one picture, that is a TVS pulley bolt.
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if you would have pulled the drain plug out of the bottom of the water pump you wouldent have filled the cylinders make sure you clean all the head bolt holes out realy well

the chain wont fall through so no need to hang it u can use a magnet to the chain up to time it
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if you would have pulled the drain plug out of the bottom of the water pump you wouldent have filled the cylinders make sure you clean all the head bolt holes out realy well

the chain wont fall through so no need to hang it u can use a magnet to the chain up to time it
Okay thanks, this is my first rodeo digging into a car engine
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Just make sure you pull the drain plug in the oil pan to get all the coolant out the bottom before you add oil when its back together! Also what John said, clean all the head bolt holes out before putting the head on or it will push coolant all over your new headgasket and also could fudge the torque reading.
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or break a block
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Its amazing the pressure such a small amount of fluid can create when it has nowhere to go.
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Yeah I will clean the block, my new found friend says he has some special tools for that so I guess I'll find out how good I can get it cleaned out lol. Should I go ahead and drain the oil now?
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yea and clean all the **** out of the bores and wd them down you can take air and blow the head bolt holes out realy good superfly you can get a grey scotch bright pad to clean the deck up and I use starting fluid to make sure the deck of the head and block are oil free before I put the head gasket
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Can a BS delete be done with the motor in the car?
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I wouldent try it
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neutrals would be more practical in this case
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oh yea whats ur redline gonna be at dude?
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It'll be at 7200 for now. But I wanna do a BS delete for the future and so I can do an electric water pump and remove the accessory chain
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you don't need to do a bs delete to run an ele water pump
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I've heard it can b done in car. But dunno how hard it is. I was goin to attempt my delete with motor in car
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I've heard it can b done in car. But dunno how hard it is. I was goin to attempt my delete with motor in car
go for it
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the shafts are doable. And honestly i had the motor low enough with the cradle dropped i could have done the delete kit. Just need to have room to press the bushing in. can use a hammer as well

john your saying the timing chain wont come off the crank gear sprocket? I beg to differ when i pulled my stage two cams and sold them i heard the chain come off the sproket and skip a tooth
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Yea in trying to avoid pulling the motor as I don't have a cherry picker or anyplace to put the motor. I've heard of a few members doin it but not sure who. Have to try and dig up the how to, if there is one
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People do neutrals on car.... but "pressing" the deletes in would be quite a headache...
doable? yes... but if I wasn't gonna pull the motor? doesn't seem worth the headache..
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Well hopefully it won't b too bad....
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