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questions about porting my 3.4DOHC exhaust manifolds by gambler85
Started on: 07-20-2014 07:58 PM
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I am wanting some info from people who have ported exhaust manifolds before. I have a 97 3.4 Dohc motor and I already gasket matched the manifolds to the hands on the exhaust side. There wasn't a lot of material to take out for that. But I do have SLR regrinds and a short runner intake and the entire intake side has been gasket matched. Just trying to get rid of a little of the restriction in the exhaust
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What restriction? The 96 97 DOHC is one of the best flowing heads ever made.

Joe Sokol

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85 SE Daily driver with a 3.4 DOHC OBD II
88 Formula/GT 4.9 Allante Intake (My Baby)
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