BlackBandit said:Can I get my heads Port and Polished and still use my stock intake? If so much would that cost and does anyone know a good place to get it done, pref in NC?
the thread under Engine - 4.6L "What to do? Opinions moresilvershot said:its not worth it to get stock heads ported and polished. the labor and work involved would fall maybe a few hundred short of newer and better PI heads and intake.
yea, what mager said. always something new developing in the modular world, this is he newest chunk of very very useful information.silvershot said:its not worth it to get stock heads ported and polished. the labor and work involved would fall maybe a few hundred short of newer and better PI heads and intake.
so do you feel my statement is false?MagerThom said:
the thread under Engine - 4.6L "What to do? Opinions more
than welcome." posted on 7/16/2002.
Actually, the best setup is P&P'd non-PI heads with GT cams,
as some of the "big guns" are currently incorporating into
their engine builds.
the exact same thing in my first post.silvershot said:
so do you feel my statement is false?
I was referring to my first post on 7/16 where I hadJ-Rob said:
no, i was agreeing with you. misleading to quote the wrong information then say its useful information, thats my bad.
A-Train LIKES coming in stealth (it's that counter cultureRodeo Joe said:A-Train,
You should talk to someone about getting that Newbie status changed!
A-Train..I did a bit of checking a little while back..call Dan if you'd like to verify...A-Train said:Seabass,
Then they must look like this. A photo of a 1997 non-PI head with '01 PI cams and STOCK 1997 valve springs.
Would you want that at 6,000 rpm? I wouldn't. But then again, I don't need to spin my engine that high to make decent power, hehe.