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Old 10-22-2007, 10:58 PM   #11
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well andrew are you going to install youre ported head if so i like to see pict of them



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well andrew are you going to install youre ported head if so i like to see pict of them



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I've deleted your reply twice already because you're off-topic. He'* asking a question about re-using LIM gaskets.

If he were discussing his ported heads, it would be posted in another section, and the topic title would say so.

Try to stay on topic please.
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if he reusing is LIM gasket just maybe its because he will try is ported heads he made


so sorry if i was off topic
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if he reusing is LIM gasket just maybe its because he will try is ported heads he made


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In addition to being off-topic, your replies previously were a bit 'chatty' and frankly more lounge material.

Please try to stay on topic in the future. This topic is aobut re-using LIM gaskets. The topic author deserves the respect of all of us staying on his original topic intent.
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This question is tangentially related to my heads project, as I am considering de-modding completely back to stock (which would include taking out my ported LIM) to get some baseline dyno/track data before re-modding (and stepping up to heads/cam).

Perhaps I will trust re-using the current aluminum LIM gaskets (which are only a few months old right now) for a few months after the de-mod, then get new ones for the re-mod.
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