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Old 01-13-2004, 02:27 PM   #76
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Hey guys I want to know what everyone is using to cut there ports (like increasing exhaust timing) so there will not be any burrs left on the inside of the sleeve. I am using a fine grinding bit in my dremel. Anybody using something that leaves smoother cuts? Or is there a good technique for removing burrs?
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Hey guys I want to know what everyone is using to cut there ports (like increasing exhaust timing) so there will not be any burrs left on the inside of the sleeve. I am using a fine grinding bit in my dremel. Anybody using something that leaves smoother cuts? Or is there a good technique for removing burrs?
I am using fine cut diamond needle files only ( longer, but for sure straight). After cutting I am using hone ( bought in Automotive store) for cleaning burrs. I always do it with hone-it is not realy scratching chrome, but remove all hangings easy.
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Edward I bet you using a wheel cylinder hone arent you!
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All I know about modding engines is to leave it to the experts. I just love the results, thanks Edward!
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Definately a lot of Palmaris Racing guys on this forum. Things keep going as they are and myself and TopGun will have to start organising Palmaris Racing cup events

Guess you have to go where the power is
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I think this is what it is. I know the minimum size is 13 mm and open till I belive 50 mm, seems like it is. But it is perfectly fit in our sleeves. There is two kind, one is Aluminium oxise and other is Silicon Carbide. I am using aluminium oxide-it is softer and doesn't hirt chrome. Silicon cirbide will scratch chrome. It costs like $ 15.
Just insert it in sleeve and turn around 3-4 times-it is ready.
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All I know about modding engines is to leave it to the experts. I just love the results, thanks Edward!
Hi Richard. You are very welcome. Keep it run, she is not ready yet, needs some more run time.
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Definately a lot of Palmaris Racing guys on this forum. Things keep going as they are and myself and TopGun will have to start organising Palmaris Racing cup events

Guess you have to go where the power is
Why wasn't I invited?
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Definately a lot of Palmaris Racing guys on this forum. Things keep going as they are and myself and TopGun will have to start organising Palmaris Racing cup events

Guess you have to go where the power is
I want to thanks everybody who trust in my ideas and tryed my work, who has joint togther in our team.
About Palmaris Racing Cup, it is good idea, why not? Let's think about it. On good track with real good prizes it will boost hooby.
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Why wasn't I invited?
You are alwys welcome !!!!!!!!!!
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hey,, don't leave me behind.



Tell me the Cup date and I am packing my bags to see you guys.


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Tell me the Cup date and I am packing my bags to see you guys.


bull sh!t, you won't dare hehehehe
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we shall see who will chicken out.......
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Is the article in the recent radio control magazine about porting engine sleaves, a good article to follow?

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I think this is what it is. I know the minimum size is 13 mm and open till I belive 50 mm, seems like it is. But it is perfectly fit in our sleeves. There is two kind, one is Aluminium oxise and other is Silicon Carbide. I am using aluminium oxide-it is softer and doesn't hirt chrome. Silicon cirbide will scratch chrome. It costs like $ 15.
Thanks......Exactly what I was looking for
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