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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain75 View Post
    intakes matched an polished
    You mean intakes matched and sanded, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wanagofass View Post
    You mean intakes matched and sanded, right?
    and the centre main bolt cavity's filled up

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    Quote Originally Posted by powerabout View Post
    and the centre main bolt cavity's filled up
    Yes sanded!

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    Quote Originally Posted by powerabout View Post
    and the centre main bolt cavity's filled up
    Do you fill them with epoxy after bolts are torqued?

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    I jam paper in there then finish off with RTV ( not silicone crap) to hold it in
    Should anything go wrong the engine can eat all that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by powerabout View Post
    I jam paper in there then finish off with RTV ( not silicone crap) to hold it in
    Should anything go wrong the engine can eat all that.
    Just a heads up I used to use RTV around my intake stuffers but ethanol fuel was turning it to goo and when I pulled my engine apart I found that crap all over.
    13' Biel tunnel AKA "Flight Risk"
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    I have a small Yamaha NOT a small Johnson

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    No ethanol where I live....its a gift from GOD!

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    Easiest way to fill the main counterbores is shove shop towels in them and then fill the last 1/2" with A/B putty, or some kind of stick epoxy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by powerabout View Post
    was the block decked in relation to the crank so the timing will then be the same if the ports are same height?
    ( and the bores are pointing at the crank, loopers are bad for that)
    I think you may have misunderstood me a little in what I was saying is that the ex port timing has definitely been raised but I can't accurately measure port height from the deck surface(not that it's ever an acurate measurement anyway)since the deck height has been altered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Demeanor View Post
    Just a heads up I used to use RTV around my intake stuffers but ethanol fuel was turning it to goo and when I pulled my engine apart I found that crap all over.
    That sucks b/c that's what I was gonna use around the reed blocks.

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    Get some good plastic rod that is the correct dia. and cut it to length then tap a set screw thru the block to hold it in place.

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    I heard red necks just leave the socket in there...lol

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    That works ok, but it adds more weight.

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    Still in the need of jetting advice...

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    .078s were very rich in my ported motor, but it was 3.0 and stock crankcase.

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