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    I would almost say putty but... will it get to hard? Brittle?, set time is alot faster than original, I know using the fast set stuff they have ain't as good in my opinion as the original,,but again I've never used putty b4. Curious to what others think also

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merc 2.5 View Post
    I would almost say putty but... will it get to hard? Brittle?, set time is alot faster than original, I know using the fast set stuff they have ain't as good in my opinion as the original,,but again I've never used putty b4. Curious to what others think also
    Like you say 2.5, would be interesting to hear more opinions!

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    splash zone or deacon works but for how long on a lake motor
    Quartershot T-3R 15" 3.5L E-Tec 1.62 Sportmaster


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    Quote Originally Posted by baja200merk View Post
    splash zone or deacon works but for how long on a lake motor
    Shall I consider that as an advice not to?

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    Id be more worried about the epoxy coming off and going through the motor than I would be about a little casting issue behind the sleeve. The drag motors that would normally get the putty wouldn't be subject to the hrs a lake motor needs to deal with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by baja200merk View Post
    Id be more worried about the epoxy coming off and going through the motor than I would be about a little casting issue behind the sleeve. The drag motors that would normally get the putty wouldn't be subject to the hrs a lake motor needs to deal with.
    Tnx baja!
    Exactly the kind of warning I appreciate due to my limited experience in using epoxi internally.

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    The 1000 is tough, thermal expansion, and will hold
    https://www.aremco.com/wp-content/up.../05/A03_18.pdf

    Did you discover how your stuffers up front ever became hot enough to burn?
    Last edited by FMP; 03-17-2019 at 10:42 AM.

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    Proper surface preparation , textured lightly and clean. Layering to build up to 0.75" thick, with sufficient air curing time between layers. Fuel , oil etc will not effect the cured product.
    100% to be used with aluminum, Aremco technical support.
    https://www.aremco.com/wp-content/up...paration-1.pdf
    Last edited by FMP; 03-17-2019 at 02:42 PM.

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    I use nothing but splash zone. Been using it for years inside crankcases in lake motors with lots of hours on them with absolutely no issues. But proper preparation and knowing how to use, mix, and apply is very important. Also pricey to but a gallon, unless you are going to be using it regularly. It has a shelf like of 1-1 1/2 years stored in climate controlled area.

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    I left the epoxy issue for a while and took some time to fit the CCMS intake stuffers I got from Chris.
    The product and its material is great to work with! Very easy to make adjustments iot ensure a perfect fit with regards to the sometimes ****ty OMC casting.
    The mods shown in the pics is done because the stuffers is designed to fit the later style Diamond intakes and not the ones I use. I am running an early round version that lacks the wall of teacup style intakes.
    I tried two methods to ensure a perfect fit, both delivers the same positive result:

    1. I put my mainfold in my mill iot remove all mismatching flawes. Very easy, takes about 10min per reed area. Perfect result every time.
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    2. Since most people don’t have a mill, The next method was to mod the stuffers one by one iot ensure a perfect fit inside each reed seat. Easily done with a small belt grinder.

    Below shows the not milled reed seat.
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    Weather you use the mill or not, some small edges must probably be smoothened out, in my case because the stock edges has been removed prior iot improve flow.
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    After (just going to give the surface another round in the sand blasting box iot ensure atomisation of the air/fuel charge)
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    Even cyl 1 fits nicely despite the tight runner.
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    Great product!
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    I can definately recomend buying it even if you use other intake versions than the intended diamond type. The material is very easy to work with!

    //Anders
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    Above, a stuffer modified to fit the early type of intake mainfolds.
    Below, a stuffer in shape to fit the later diamond type mainfolds. The black line represents the final product I’m shooting for.
    With a handheld belt grinder, the total time for this mod is 10min.

    Happy Easter to you all!

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    Everything washed and ready for assembly.
    Hope the smooth transfer entrances together with all work behind the liner will give me a noticeable gain!

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    Nice transitions in to the reed cage! I didn't spend as much time on mine and this makes me want to go back and work in them some more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain75 View Post
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    Everything washed and ready for assembly.
    Hope the smooth transfer entrances together with all work behind the liner will give me a noticeable gain!
    It looks like all the lower cylinder port cutouts are still sharp ? I always break the sharp edge on the lower feeders and edge of the sleeve all the way around the bottom ..you don't want anything sharp that can wipe the oil away from the skirt. My opinion anyway.. Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by H2OPERF View Post
    It looks like all the lower cylinder port cutouts are still sharp ? I always break the sharp edge on the lower feeders and edge of the sleeve all the way around the bottom ..you don't want anything sharp that can wipe the oil away from the skirt. My opinion anyway.. Dave
    Tnx for your input!
    ports are chamfered since before, do you mean the lower ports?

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