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Pictures of my new head

Thought I would post some pictures of the head work I had done.


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Was the ceramic removed from the exhaust ports?
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N/A head going on my turbo.
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Nice. Despite the protests from some, I've used an n/a head on a turbo motor before. All was fine.
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Nice work man, looks very good!
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What size valves are you using. Also what cam do you plan to use.
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Lookin good!!
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Stock valve size since it will be used on a 2.5L. Intakes are brand new stock Porsche valves and exhaust are Ferrea competion plus. Cam is custom ground. Head will be going in a few weeks to have the exhaust ports, combustion chambers and valve faces ceramic coated.
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Stock valves meaning 45mm intakes and 40mm exhaust?
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