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porting and polishing manifolds by Bruce
Started on: 07-29-2013 11:23 PM
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Last post by: lou_dias on 07-30-2013 08:37 AM
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Darrell Morse no longer seems to be accessible, so I'm wondering if there is someone on the Forum who does do this kind of work.
Thanks in advance.
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Any machine shop can port the intake manifolds... What he offered unique was a 57mm TB. Basically, the "front" end of the V6 TB is already 57mm. It's the back half that is 52mm and he ported that end and reassembled it with a larger butterfly.
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