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Ford Powerstroke diesel cylinder head porting: eBay Motors (item 170485195356 end time Jun-11-10 08:03:24 PDT)

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Scammer - couple pictures of the port entry that has been touched by a cartridge roll.

Price includes valve job and bigger valves

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Scammer - couple pictures of the port entry that has been touched by a cartridge roll.

Price includes valve job and bigger valves

That's what I was thinking...... I have not heard of larger valves in a 7.3 yet.

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That's an expensive polish job! Where's the finished pics?

Doesn't roll with anyone or tag along to be cool...
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It doesn't look like a regular shop, the phone number on there is just an Alltel cell phone and doesn't say any shop name..

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Anybody can fack up a set of heads but to pay that kinda money to do it is dumb. Show me the flow numbers .....................

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I have not heard of larger valves in a 7.3 yet.
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"Overcome the biggest obstacle to getting more power from your powerstroke diesel. The stock intake port is very restrictive in these heads, and can be reconfigured to flow much more air. By reducing the induced swirl effect, going to a larger valve, changing the runner shape while increasing the volume, much more air will make it into the cylinder, enabling the engine to burn more fuel and make more power."

Love their approach to fouling up a set of heads .

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"Overcome the biggest obstacle to getting more power from your powerstroke diesel. The stock intake port is very restrictive in these heads, and can be reconfigured to flow much more air. By reducing the induced swirl effect, going to a larger valve, changing the runner shape while increasing the volume, much more air will make it into the cylinder, enabling the engine to burn more fuel and make more power."

Love their approach to fouling up a set of heads .
That kinda junk should be flagged and removed from the interweb... people shouldn't be able to get away with stuff like that. hopefully nobody has been dumb enough to get anything from them.

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