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Old 03-03-2013, 05:51 PM   #1
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i have been looking non stop and cant find anybody that have ported b18c heads. here my question i have my head of and i was wondering if i should port and polish the head,will i see power gains? i have a skunk 2 stage 2 cams,skunk 2 valve springs and retainers with mugen head gasket, i will be putting an skunk 2 intake manifold with 70mm tb, should i also get the intake manifold inlet ported out aswell,i don't know alot about porting can someone give me abit of help
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I would send the head out.. 4piston has some great options and with a tune and your mods, You wont regret it. I will have a dyno tune with a built p72 head in a few weeks. So look for my updates..
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These guys are one of the best. Many top car are running there heads now.
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i already have a local machine shop here but what shoud i tell them to do??
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Do they port Honda heads? Your local machine shop should be able to tell you what they can do in order to get the gains you are looking for. If they don't know then I would send it to someone who knows what they are doing.
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