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Where in sydney can I get head/s flowed? Looking for reputable person.

What tricks if any can be played by persons doing this job to give a false or untrue reading?


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Re: Head flow

Increasing the pressure when taking "after" measurements, reducing pressure when running "before" measurements. Probably only matters if the flow tests are done by the porting people.
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Don't get too hung up on flow numbers - they don't directly translate into horsepower.
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