Type 4 heads - cutaway view

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Type 4 heads - cutaway view

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After thinking about "murdering" a type 4 head, I found this. My head is saved and it might be interesting for other members.

http://www.shoptalkforums.com/viewtopic ... sc&start=0


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Nice can you maybe measure the angle on your new heads for the changed plug as I want to do the same for a turbo engine
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Nice can you maybe measure the angle on your new heads for the changed plug as I want to do the same for a turbo engine
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I'll do so.

I've got some plans with the AMC heads - want to mill the combustion chamber to fit the shape of the piston tops to create as much quench as possible. That means milling the outside 3mm into the heads and the piston will actually move out of the cyl and into the head.
Eben said: "ACVW's are made of logic."
Bugger said: "I am happy with the drum brakes when done right as this will be used rarely"

"If it can't be fixed with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem" said by someone.

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