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Old 04-05-2007, 13:10   #1 (permalink)
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chamber work on CC 2V

Does anyone have a photo or drawing of what the chamber on the CC 2v should look like to properly un-shroud the valves? Any input is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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Re: chamber work on CC 2V

is it just the base you need pics of?
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If thats what your after, and you wish to make a template, just resize image and print it out until the valves measure the right size, away u go. I think thier 2V valves, either way close enough for chamber work.
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Re: chamber work on CC 2V

Thank you...that is exactly what i was looking for...and i am pleasantly surprised that i kinda expected them to look like that. Any other tips are welcome and appreciated. Thanks again.
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