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    Quote Originally Posted by vnemous View Post
    So are they ready to go back on the boat??????????
    Long blocks ... yes .

    Still building tuners . Plates are bout done ...





    Should the exits be round ??? You got till the weekend to convince me ..



    Something that slipped my mind was that I needed stop plates for my "oversize" billet reed blocks . I had bought new screws and Chris Carson built a die to cut reeds for this application .
    My friend Noel over at the old Donovan Engineering building got me on the laser before he started cutting full sheets for a big job ... All really great people that have helped along the way ...




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    Cross section is better for the the square but wouldn't there be dead spots in the corners and doesn't round create a vortex or something?

    Oh yeah...
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    Reed stops or Reed flex plates?
    Last edited by AZMIDLYF; 12-12-2017 at 11:19 PM.
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    square and rectangle are usually only used when you dont have the space to have round pipes

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    Very impressive!!!! Talented should be added to Chaz's list and Chaz thanks so much for sharing your amazing world with us.
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    Charlie when I get down there I gotta poke a couple more vent holes in the scorpion prop I got. You got some kinda rig for that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF View Post
    Cross section is better for the the square but wouldn't there be dead spots in the corners and doesn't round create a vortex or something?

    Oh yeah...
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    Reed stops or Reed flex plates?
    Nice looking piece. Have any dyno numbers on how unequal scavenging lengths spread the curve or is this for a equal bank height block?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vnemous View Post
    Charlie when I get down there I gotta poke a couple more vent holes in the scorpion prop I got. You got some kinda rig for that?
    That will be three in total you will need to do ...

    I almost forgot , check and see if Uncle Bud has any he needs done , you can stop to pick his up and then do them all of them at once ..

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    Im only talking to uncle bud in memes and gifs so it makes it very hard to communicate

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    Quote Originally Posted by FMP View Post
    Nice looking piece. Have any dyno numbers on how unequal scavenging lengths spread the curve or is this for a equal bank height block?
    Yes ... thousands of dyno pulls ... Y , you mean you don't ... ?????

    Equal bank , fork and blade rods on a single throw , all the latest tricks ...... in 1915

    The secret's out :
    90* twist vortex stimulator "boom tubes" .....>

    PS .. How many barrels does a Q-U-A-D-rajet have ... take all the time you need


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    Quit pulsyfootin' around Chaz...
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    You should polish them a bit more , extra shine just like your personality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaz View Post
    Yes ... thousands of dyno pulls ... Y , you mean you don't ... ?????

    Equal bank , fork and blade rods on a single throw , all the latest tricks ...... in 1915

    The secret's out :
    90* twist vortex stimulator "boom tubes" .....>

    PS .. How many barrels does a Q-U-A-D-rajet have ... take all the time you need

    These are extra nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaz View Post
    Yes ... thousands of dyno pulls ... Y , you mean you don't ... ?????

    Equal bank , fork and blade rods on a single throw , all the latest tricks ...... in 1915

    The secret's out :
    90* twist vortex stimulator "boom tubes" .....>

    PS .. How many barrels does a Q-U-A-D-rajet have ... take all the time you need


    My dumb question for the month. If bank 1, 3, 5 is 1 3/4 inch higher then 2, 4, 6 bank. There should be 1 3/4 longer tuner built in block and adapter. Why does 1, 3, 5 bank not have 1 3/4 shorter tuner to be equal?

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    I would guess that with that short of a runner scavenging really doesn't make much a difference.

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    Trying to find the info on tuner ratio and shape. Surprisingly round or square etc didn't result in much difference but certain things as corner shape I believe are important. I can't remember all details so more to it than that, I try to find the tested work.

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