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      I now have two combustion chambers smoothed out and 4 more to go. I keep going back to chambers ive been working on to do more final touches as i pick up new techniques and gain confidence. This is definitely an artform and this is why the experts get paid the big bucks for port / polish head work. I'm 5 hours into this and I've already learned more than I did when I first started, and that's after hours and hours of reading about other DIY'ers does and donts and watching techniques on youtube (aussie heads, jafromobile, headbytes porting <-- this guy knows his ****).

      In case anyone wants to do the same and is wondering what I'm using for this job...

      -Harbor Freight Variable Speed Rotary Tool <-- for all 1/8" shank bits and accessories
      -Dremel Flex Shaft <-- amazing and a must have
      -Huskey Air Die Grinder I've had for many years <-- used for all 1/4" shank bits

      -Summit Racing 3-Piece Ferrous Carbide DeBurr Kit p/n SUM-900640 (modified to 3.5" length for easier handling)
      -Summit Racing Porting and Polishing Kit p/n SUM-G1060 (92 piece assortment of 80 and 120 grit sandrolls and two mandrels)
      -80 and 120 grit dremel flap wheels
      -Harbor Freight 249 Piece Rotary Tool Accessory set
       
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