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Old 01-20-2005, 06:36 PM   #1
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How to people polish the internals of there engine?
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Old 01-21-2005, 10:20 AM   #2
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Its usually done by the guys who mod the engines.....

Only professionals do it.....

Try Rbmods.net they will do it for you....... but mind you it increases a lot of power and rpm on your engine...

Plus you shouldnt try this at home !

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Brett if you have a dremel you can get polishing bits for them that are nice and soft to polish the ports.

It's not that hard, just use some common sense and if you are not sure about doing a particular mod then don't do it unless you are willing to buy a new sleeve and piston if you stuff it up.

Most of the "professionals" only got to be that way because they started out as "amateur" engine modders

You going down to Taranaki next weekend?
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Brett if you have a dremel you can get polishing bits for them that are nice and soft to polish the ports.

It's not that hard, just use some common sense and if you are not sure about doing a particular mod then don't do it unless you are willing to buy a new sleeve and piston if you stuff it up.

Most of the "professionals" only got to be that way because they started out as "amateur" engine modders

You going down to Taranaki next weekend?
yea i thought about doing it that way but i didnt know what they used to polish as i dont think they would use brasso (or something like that) as it might be a bit harsh?
And oh yea! i will be at taranki this weekend are team TC3 coming down ? after your results at the international you must be eagerly awating an encore!!!! By the way the new LRPs look good!
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We'll be there with bells on

Yep Robert and I are quite happy with the LRP motor
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