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    Would you take the time and have these intake ports detailed and polished? Not a max effort deal but just curious since it was apart right now. Heads are nice but the intake is pretty rough.
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    No, rough doesn't hurt anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    No, rough doesn't hurt anything.
    Hard to tell in the pics but there's actually pretty good size chunks like they were just a rough casting. Still no problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdekruyf View Post
    Hard to tell in the pics but there's actually pretty good size chunks like they were just a rough casting. Still no problem?
    Big chunks are one thing. What I see is not a problem. Looks like a blower intake
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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    Big chunks are one thing. What I see is not a problem. Looks like a blower intake
    Big chunks to me but I'm probably just over reacting. Maybe some better pics here. Thanks for your time. I appreciate it.

    Edit: yes it is a blower intake.
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    I wish mine were that smooth !

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdekruyf View Post
    Big chunks to me but I'm probably just over reacting. Maybe some better pics here. Thanks for your time. I appreciate it.

    Edit: yes it is a blower intake.
    Its just the paste ooze line. That's a highly technical term.
    All my blower manifolds look pretty much the same, and I've never considered "fixing" it.



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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7;[/QUOTE

    Its just the paste ooze line. That's a highly technical term.
    All my blower manifolds look pretty much the same, and I've never considered "fixing" it.
    10-4. I'll leave em alone and I like technical terms like that

    Thanks.

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