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- Oct 14, 2017
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- What vehicle(s) do you drive?
- 1964 Commercial, 1948 Austin, 58 Pan
BAILIFF!! WHACK HIS PEEPEE!Mea culpa, mea culpa, It's my fault, I apologize.
It isn’t even my time of the month and the edginess is coming through loud and clear. I am sorry.
With that said, please allow me a brief explanation of where I went wrong.
The first post in this thread mentioned: “I had requested flow numbers from the order clerk and later from the machinist and never got any, so I had one flowed locally a few days ago; done on a 4.625 bore with a 1.75 exh. Pipe." My “QUICK” read of that sentence gave me two wrong impressions (both my own) 1, you had purchased something but weren’t getting the information you needed from the vendor, 2, the bore of your engine was 4.625. My bad!
My first thought was, “has this guy been told his engine bore is XXXX and the heads he purchased would flow more than they do?” Wrong assumptions in both cases.
Following posts by others also expressed some uncertainty with the heads, and with that, I keep going on my merry way thinking you had been told / sold a bill of goods! It should be clear that is easy for me to screw things up.
I screwed up.
bro. “shamed” d
I'd go to my room but I'm already there.