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Old 01-05-2005, 23:52   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone know of any places that do GOOD head porting in the Sydney metro?

Im paying around $2500 for the heads and dont want a bodgy job done! lol

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Old 01-06-2005, 14:42   #2 (permalink)
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I had my heads and manifold ported by "Rams head service" @windsor
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good stuff!
didnt think i was gona get a reply for a while there :(

around about how much would it cost for a 'stage 3' port & polish?
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benny gatt not actually owning super flow any more brother joe bought him out , benny runs his own engine shop in the minto area called ben gatt race engines
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Bugger the hand porting , send em over here to wa & get em cnc ported!!!
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good stuff!
didnt think i was gona get a reply for a while there :(

around about how much would it cost for a 'stage 3' port & polish?
What the hell is a stage 3? Do superflow own a flow bench yet?What are the heads & what do you hope to achieve with the combination?
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Bugger the hand porting , send em over here to wa & get em cnc ported!!!
What would it cost to get em CNC portet over there in WA?
Unless anyone knows a place in Sydney that does CNC porting? + price?

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cnc porting?
CNC - computer numerical control
In esscence - the computer controls the milling machine so that all the ports are consistant. The idea here is that once you have the porting program sorted and written - every head from then after has repeatable flow figures. The old fashioned way is not bad but on monday you might get a different port job than thursday...
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