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Old 01-28-2006, 16:30   #1 (permalink)
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are the exhaust bolt pattern and port layout same on 2v and 4v?

is the layout different or just bigger ports?
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Re: are the exhaust bolt pattern and port layout same on 2v and 4v?

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is the layout different or just bigger ports?
I assume you are talking cast heads? If so, yes, you can run 4V extractors on a 2V head ect. On AFD 2V and 4V, they are identical.
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Re: are the exhaust bolt pattern and port layout same on 2v and 4v?

I'm considering the 3V's from CHI but just not sure if the turbo manifolds I've alreadt built for the iron 2V's will fit, I can change the flange plate easy enough but not if the port layout is different.

I'm sure john can sort me out tommorow.
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Re: are the exhaust bolt pattern and port layout same on 2v and 4v?

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I'm considering the 3V's from CHI but just not sure if the turbo manifolds I've alreadt built for the iron 2V's will fit, I can change the flange plate easy enough but not if the port layout is different.

I'm sure john can sort me out tommorow.
Just need to slot the headers slightly ,they need to came up and back alittle if using CHI 3V's
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Re: are the exhaust bolt pattern and port layout same on 2v and 4v?

As potty said they'll fit. My 218cc's basically have a 4V exhaust port. I've made 2V extractors fit. Doesn't leave much metal to seal but it does seal.
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Re: are the exhaust bolt pattern and port layout same on 2v and 4v?

thats exactly what I wanted to hear.

I'm going to join the CHI camp!!
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