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Default Early 04 Head Work

Any Suggs, 3angle, 5angle, can polishing be done on exh ports, want to leave intake side alone since I need my heater. anything else
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Default Re: Early 04 Head Work

3 angle is good , ushroud the valve stem on both intake and exhaust then just blend the bowls. Port match the exhaust then work your way back up into the bowl area.

Really the best inprovement is getting rid of that restrictive intake plenum. 1 and 6 suffer greatly in the air department.
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what are my options and still keep the heater
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Oh you can still keep it . The project truck has the heaters .
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You can go with a ZZ, or I can build you one.
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Default Re: Early 04 Head Work

let me give it some thought
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Default Re: Early 04 Head Work

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: MAXTORQ</div><div class="ubbcode-body">You can go with a ZZ, or I can build you one. </div></div>

Any pics? I'd like to see these things.
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Of which? Mine or ZZ.
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