Intake port flange drawings

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Goodday, Does anyone happened to have a drawing for the intake port flange? I'd like to do some porting soon.. :thumbup:
 

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Not sure what you’re asking. The beneficial porting goes on in the port throat and bowl. Raising the port entrance roof is ok, but by itself doesn’t do much.
 

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Bowl work is done, Heads are milled 2mm so i need ro raise the intake roof anyway... i'd like to have a drawing to make a template for some port matching
 

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Take an intake gasket (the "turkey pan") and some spray on gasket sealer or machinist's blue dye and spray it against a piece of cardboard. Or better yet, just bolt the gasket to the head and spray with the blue dye. Once you remove the gasket, it will leave a perfectly marked area to port out.
 

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My roofs are raised 0.180”. Others go much further. The stock ‘pan’ gasket will have to go when you raise the roof. Don’t touch the floor. I believe my ported intake ports measure 2.35” x 1.35”. I don’t touch the port mouth on the ‘pushrod pinch’ side. I open the pushrod pinch itself from 1.100” to 1.200”. To the left about an inch in is the pushrod pinch. See picture.
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Take an intake gasket (the "turkey pan") and some spray on gasket sealer or machinist's blue dye and spray it against a piece of cardboard. Or better yet, just bolt the gasket to the head and spray with the blue dye. Once you remove the gasket, it will leave a perfectly marked area to port out.

I was thinking exactly the same! Unfortunately i dont have a gasket at hand, So that's why i wanted to have a drawing.. I could have let my brother 3D print a template.

5one9, Nice porting! i'd like to do the same, But need to find a way to put them in the right location and not get the front one slightly higher of lower than the rear. It would be a shame to order just a set of gasket and have them shipped alone with the high shipping costs to the netherlands..
 

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I was thinking exactly the same! Unfortunately i dont have a gasket at hand, So that's why i wanted to have a drawing.. I could have let my brother 3D print a template.

5one9, Nice porting! i'd like to do the same, But need to find a way to put them in the right location and not get the front one slightly higher of lower than the rear. It would be a shame to order just a set of gasket and have them shipped alone with the high shipping costs to the netherlands..

I make my own intake gaskets that match my ports out of 0.062” gasket material. I only use Permatex Ultra Black to replace the rubber end seals.
 
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