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Old 07-29-2010, 08:59 PM   #1
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Ported SVT Head

Anyone know a high rep company that can do some good port work on ur SVT head? I dont trust any local machine shops in my area...


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You could always send it off to Cosworth but that would be expensive.
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Old 07-29-2010, 09:40 PM   #4
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I was lookin for something a lil more accurate. Flow tested etc...

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You could always send it off to Cosworth but that would be expensive.
Im sure that would hahha, i was thinking more along the lines of CFM? TS? but i was looking to see if anyone else maybe knew another shop? Maybe someone thats had there SVT head ported?
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Old 07-29-2010, 10:01 PM   #5
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I really hope you have extensive head port experience and knowledge of port shape, and how it affects velocity and flow on a high revving 4 valve head ...you will end up with less flow after if you dont

I know cosworth does and they designed the head...flows better than the FR cnc'd head

might be some flow to be gained on the valve seat with a good performance valve grind
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I only say Cosworth cause that's where Sport Compact Car mag. sent there SVTF head too.
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try Massive Speed System...
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^^Considering that Toms in Mex most of the time, i wouldnt want t wait although i always loved the Ported head on the FP website, oversized valves etc :)

I thought about MSS brian...

Can i get some input from someone that has had there head done...?
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well, SVT heads aren't cheap, i would wait for tom,

also, the FR head flow's better on the exhuast side than the SVT, but the SVT flow's better on intake.
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