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I lapped the valves and washed the heads and put them back together.
The head gaskets are for too big a bore because I ordered them...
I put the bottom end together with new bearings
I checked the timing marks on the damper and they aligned just right.
Some progress here.
I sanded the sharp edges of the small marks in cyl. 2. and lightly honed all cylinders.
Did the same for the pistons...
Thanks. We'll see after the dyno what will be a good rpm limit.
I'm guessing it was just cheap china heads and I'm addressing that by putting stock heads and valves on it.
The heads are at the point I no longer have the energy to work on them.
I lowered the valve guides by 0.2" so a bigger cam can fit...
Some progress here
I bought me a pair of peanut port heads,
My motor isn´t that powerful, so by porting the peanuts I think I´m not going...
I don't think they are fatal. In two stroke cylinders the piston and rings passes more and bigger holes every stroke.
The front looking much better ;)
Right now I´m thinking of going peanut port if I can find a pair for a reasonable price. I could get a bare ProComp and a couple of valves to get...
Dropped a valve at the track day :(
Valve seat bits:
The piston is toast (two actually)
I made a sombrero:
I have the 3rd gen Dana 44 rear end and the original Trac-lok has given up a couple of times already. I'm not going to get anything special just a...
Not at this point. I don't have that big of a cam and I'm not revving it past 6000rpm. Of course the girdles would be a good idea, but not totally...
A little help for the heat, opening side windows:
And for the track day next saturday, I replaced one tire that i had flat spotted...
Thanks. I sure like to rev it !:)
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