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Old 12-12-2005, 10:28 PM   #61
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Good job Matt! Can't wait to see you on the strip next year at bonne fest!
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Old 12-13-2005, 01:47 AM   #62
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LIM and SC back on tomorrow possibly.
More EM work to come.
Injectors will be mailed out hopefully tomorrow.
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Matt, injectors going to FIE?

Hope so. I just added 6 more to the 'pool' for you.
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Yup Bill, they are headed down to your neck of the woods hehe
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I finished LIM porting tonight. I must say, mine are not as pretty as Bill'*. I port matched the LIM ports to that of the new gasket (plastic part). I feel kinda stupid, as I also did some porting inside of the port itself, were as I now notice Bill ported only the edge. Tile cutting bit did the job. Speaking with Nate more on the topic, i decided not to polish to much, however, i did polish my SC inlet. Cleaned the crap out of the lower intake, got 99% of the aluminum filings out, cleaned up all gasketing surfaces, and re fit, and tourqued to spec.
Please tell me, that my porting will not **** up how good my car ran before.
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I should make you nothing but power Matt.
Good job.

Hey what is Bill up to with injectors

Hurry up guys. You only have 7 months to make up a second and shoot for 13'*
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Matt, not sure how you described your LIM porting, but I ported the entire depth of the LIM outlet ports. Not just the outer edge.

Did you 'roll' the edges of the outlet like I did on the SC?

Paul, a buddy of mine at work rebuilds and matches injectors. We have quite a pile of S1 L67 injectors here already. First two sets so far were flowmatched to less than 1%.

He'* the guy with the big homebuilt red dragster.
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Okay, yah i went right inside the port with the big and ported inside as deep as i could go, tired to make it all as flush with the outside edge as possible,...I cleaned up the SC a tad bit.
A few spots on some of the ports are larger than the gasket plastic lip..that a problem? hehe
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If you went too big, that gasket lip could cause turbulence. This is a critical area that your injector sprays into. Time will tell.
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yeah i managed to keep the natural curve in the bottoms of the ports, but a few are larger than the gasket.
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