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Old March 27th 2015, 08:54
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Walter, inside the head, the intake; what do you use to produce that texture? I understand it's for air fuel atomization. Every time I tried to ruff up the intakes, I could never get that result
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Old March 28th 2015, 12:19
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The best surface after porting is to sandblast the port.
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Old April 25th 2015, 11:18
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Walter, inside the head, the intake; what do you use to produce that texture? I understand it's for air fuel atomization. Every time I tried to ruff up the intakes, I could never get that result
For the record: I did not port or machine or do anything to these heads. All work was done by Jakob Spring from Danmark. I mentioned his website before iirc.

My best guess however is that he used a rolled sandpaper bit in a drill or dremel to finalize smoothing of the port, which also gave it that structure.
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Finally found one (1, so it was cheap) front left caliper and was sooo curieus if it would fit the 350mm disks...

It did!

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I see I need to update a bit here

Finally got the cylinders machined to fit the heads. I kept wall thickness as big as possible and ended up with almost 9mm wall in the 98mm bore!



First trial fit with heads and cylinders test-assembled:
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Looks fantastic!
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Old July 18th 2016, 05:13
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I see I need to update a bit here

Finally got the cylinders machined to fit the heads. I kept wall thickness as big as possible and ended up with almost 9mm wall in the 98mm bore!



First trial fit with heads and cylinders test-assembled:
Wow,it look fast.
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Old July 19th 2016, 13:49
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looking awesome as always wally!
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Very nice.. can't wait to see it all built..
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The (Pauter) rods and straight cam timing gear are ordered, so I should have all parts for the long block in a month or so
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Old August 13th 2016, 13:17
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The (Pauter) rods and straight cam timing gear are ordered, so I should have all parts for the long block in a month or so
Wow, didn't know, they allowed porn on this site . Very nicely done.
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Finally found one (1, so it was cheap) front left caliper and was sooo curieus if it would fit the 350mm disks...

It did!

Walter is that a carbon disk rotor you have there, may i ask which hat are you using with the disk.
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The (Pauter) rods and straight cam timing gear are ordered, so I should have all parts for the long block in a month or so
Walter is this a ortech shroud.
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Old August 13th 2016, 16:06
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Yes, its an Orratech system. It wasn;t designed for type 1 exhaust port heads though, but thats easy.

The disk hat is original Porsche, but off-set is a few mm short.., so it doesn't work/fit at the moment and I need to adress that issue as well before I can drive again.
The off-set problem is not as simple as it sounds to be though.

On the positive side, I did find the other caliper!
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looking awesome wally. cant wait to see this motor running and see what it will put out for power.
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