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PostPosted: Sat Dec 15, 2018 11:38 am 
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Hello,

I am interested in widening the Ex port on a T500. As you may know the Ex opens at the liner and takes a 45 degree turn as it exists the cylinder a ways to the muffler downpipe. The Aluminum of cylinder, inside corner sid , near muffler downpipe is where my question lies for advice.

I can tell the flow is low here since I see carbon build up. I feel I would like to take a few mm off the Al casting near muffler to improve flow and so I can widen that side of the cast liner with Burr porting tool and achieve a better flow though cylinder.

My concern is this Al may very thin near/just behind the downpipe exhaust donut and can't take too much off before breaking through. How much can I remove if that makes sense?

What have people done improve flow and especially widen the EX port and can shed somes advice (pic would be amazing).

I will do the same to intake port, but the Al material to remove is more near the cast liner and looks fairly thick.

Thanks

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