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Old 04-07-2005, 00:34   #1 (permalink)
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Brazing of exhaust ports

Can anyone tell me if Brazing the lower outlet of the exhaust ports on 2V heads gain much if any advantage over stoc exhaust runners.
Wonder if this is worth doing??

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Re: Brazing of exhaust ports

You have opened a can of worms with this one....

I have found than any gains from lifting the floor of the exhaust port is negated by the sharp turn of the pipes as they exit the port. This sharp turn is due to the limited clearance in clevo powered falcons.
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