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Old 07-06-09, 10:26 PM
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How are my ports lookin ?

Found these pictures from a while back after my new stuff was ported.





Also some assembled eye candy while im at it

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Old 07-06-09, 10:58 PM
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Looks good. Great color combo too.
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I love the colours, but I am sorry to say that if those are the end results of the porting job, then it is very poor.

The port shapes appear inconsistent, though it may just be the camera. More importantly, the runner to bowl transition has not been smoothed at all and that makes an enormous difference in flow.
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Old 07-07-09, 09:32 AM
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I agree with Aaron. Those ports are only about 1/4 finished. The bowls still need the transition smoothed and then a polish over everything with somthing other than a rough burr bit. Otherwise, why bother?
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side by side comparison next to stock.
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Old 07-08-09, 01:11 AM
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You could have done a lot more porting to the intake.
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Originally Posted by Aaron Cake View Post
I love the colours, but I am sorry to say that if those are the end results of the porting job, then it is very poor.

The port shapes appear inconsistent, though it may just be the camera. More importantly, the runner to bowl transition has not been smoothed at all and that makes an enormous difference in flow.
That is from where you get a lot of the performance from porting(the bowl and runner area)a nice shaped bowl and a nice ported runner will make a huge difference in flow,you dont need to get really big on the port itself to yield good power,bigger is not always better.Nice looking motor bro enjoy it.
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Originally Posted by Aaron Cake View Post
I love the colours, but I am sorry to say that if those are the end results of the porting job, then it is very poor.

The port shapes appear inconsistent, though it may just be the camera. More importantly, the runner to bowl transition has not been smoothed at all and that makes an enormous difference in flow.

that would be a horrible job on those pics the porting was on the procces as in not done yet!!! it came out beautiful but i gues he doesnt have the pics when it was done
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Im thinking can i bport my s4 t2 and use my stock ecu?
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that would be a horrible job on those pics the porting was on the procces as in not done yet!!! it came out beautiful but i gues he doesnt have the pics when it was done
If this is true, then posting those pictures for comparison is kind of pointless.

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Im thinking can i bport my s4 t2 and use my stock ecu?
NO! Not if you intend it to run very well. Bridgeports require a totally different tune then a stock or street port. The stock ECU can't cope.
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Originally Posted by aaron cake View Post
i love the colours, but i am sorry to say that if those are the end results of the porting job, then it is very poor.

The port shapes appear inconsistent, though it may just be the camera. More importantly, the runner to bowl transition has not been smoothed at all and that makes an enormous difference in flow.
hi guys,charlie here. The pictures that you guys see there is the actual motor in procces, i believe that the owner of the motor needs to be a part of the procces of his motor built and thats why i give them pictures from the begining,the motor needs to be ported to the owners use and for what the car is going to be used for!!
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Old 07-09-09, 03:32 PM
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Thank you for explaining Charlie. I posted those under the assumption people knew that this was not the end all of the job.

Quote: "on those pics the porting was on the procces as in not done yet!!! "
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Nowhere in the original post does it say the work is in progress.
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Old 07-09-09, 09:29 PM
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yea i thought the title was clear since i didnt put "how do my ports look" rather "looking" .. meh im a grammer **** i guess lol
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