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    what are good numbers ona ported head from front to back cuz my mechanic did umm lets see if i can remember in the front it waz 4th of a thousand an the back waz 5.

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    Flow is measured in CFM at X number of inches (water) of static pressure.

    I can't figure out what the hell you are talking about. Sorry.

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      #3
      lol sorry my bad let me get my fax straight im going to pay a visit to my mechanic anyways going to purchase a B16 tranny then while im there i ask him how much did he port out my head like u know the numbers.

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        #4
        Originally posted by ZeroCool
        lol sorry my bad let me get my fax straight im going to pay a visit to my mechanic anyways going to purchase a B16 tranny then while im there i ask him how much did he port out my head like u know the numbers.
        Oh I see what you are saying.

        There is no real answer to that. All depends on how well the head flows after he's finished.

        Tell him to put it on a flow bench and test it. (before/after is best).

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          #5
          Originally posted by arw321
          I can't figure out what the hell you are talking about. Sorry.

          don't be sorry, join the club.


          zerocool, it sounds like if your mechanic is porting it out by the thousandths, maybe you should get a different mechanic.

          i tend to have machinists to precision work like that. or better yet, experts with years and hundreds of heads' worth of experience on HONDA engines. BBC/SBC heads have IMMENSELY different flow characteristics than hondas.

          but then i'm sure you already knew all that, right?

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            #6
            Originally posted by arw321
            I can't figure out what the hell you are talking about. Sorry.


            I'm not trying to be a dick, but your title gives no indication as to what information you are looking for, and your thread has even less useable information.

            I would suggest you re-word your title, and compose your thread body in something like MS Word (or anything else with Spell/Grammar check) and then paste the corrected material into your thread.

            Personally, I have no idea what you're asking.

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              #7
              might as well go ahead and do it...


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                #8
                Originally posted by Armed Ferret
                might as well go ahead and do it...

                hehehehehe....

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