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Old 12-02-2006, 12:41 AM   #141
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Thanks for the correction on the correct terminology for the air nipple.

Bill, I do have an adjustable water injection pump.
It came set at maximum 150 psi.
I have it turned down to a maximum of 100 psi now but will adjust it to suit when tuning later.

I decided to reduce the size of the nozzle from 375 ml/min to 250 ml/min.



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Did a little port blending too.
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Old 12-16-2006, 10:39 PM   #142
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......and so it still sits ready and waiting for Bill to send me back my SC housing. Oh and Bill, don't forget to send me the fasteners for the TB adapter. They are quality pieces I don't want to lose.

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Old 12-17-2006, 09:42 PM   #143
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Paul...the parts are temporarily delayed in Canadicut.

Are you test fitting the gaskets in the picture or did you already dab RTV under the corners? If so..they may not seal properly.
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Don't worry Bill. I was test fitting the gaskets to port match them. I was surprised at how rough they were in some areas.

I have them off now. Going to give it all an extra good cleaning before the final assembly.

I'm waiting for the SC casing before I install the LIM so I can do some final porting.

I just installed an auxially 1/8 npt connection in the front for some future experimentation with injection points.
It'* in the front next to the pressure nipple at the #1 cyl intake runner but points into the LIM plenum center.
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Old 12-18-2006, 12:51 AM   #145
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sittin pretty, ready for action, I like it hehehe
I need to start comparing the gaskets to the Heads as well.
your engine looks alot like mine currently...
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Here'* a view of my secret injection points.....shhhhhhhhhhh

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Aren't you porting the LIM or polishing it at least?
I'd suggest getting a dremel or rotary tool if you don't have one and some 120 grit sand paper wheels, and 120 grit flapper wheels. I used them when I ported 96BonnevilleL67'* Gen3 on Saturday and while I had used the sand paper wheels before the flappers I believe will work awesome on the valley of the LIM and the LIM runners if the wheels start getting worn down.
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Polishing or sanding the valley of the LIM will do absolutely nothing for performance. The air is static pressure at that point.

According to INTENSE and ZZP, there is nothing really worth 'porting' on the L67 S2 LIM. The L36 there is, as well as the S1 L67.

Paul did do some MINOR port work on the LIM however. Discussed in another reply/post.
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In addition the top of the runners have a curvature that can not easily be smoothed with most dremel accessories..
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