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 Post subject: fl350 stock head cc's
PostPosted: Thu Feb 18, 2010 6:42 pm 
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Hello today I'm cc a stock fl350 head and in a new thread will be Measuring the stock combustion chamber


thanks For looking
SpeedChaser


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 18, 2010 7:57 pm 
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Nice...

You can put a light coat of grease or Vaseline on the head where the head gasket goes to seal the Plexiglas to the head, I use water but their is nothing wrong with using oil either..


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Was that a straight or curved fin head. I logged the data: stock head 36 cc total head, Cumbustion chamber ?


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adnoh wrote:
Was that a straight or curved fin head. I logged the data: stock head 36 cc total head, Cumbustion chamber ?



Adnoh curved fin head with spark pug and fig with out head gaskets

thanks Speed


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Note to Me don't let sit over night with super glue on it dose bond very well
need hammer and chisel to remove :-)

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Updated:

I logged the data: (curved)stock head ( with spark plug no gasket)36 cc total head.

Thanks again speedchaser.


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Hey Hoser, what did TPREED'S afterthought head cc, when I purchased that years ago he had told me it was a larger diameter head-was curious on that.


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speedchaser wrote:
Note to Me don't let sit over night with super glue on it dose bond very well
need hammer and chisel to remove :-)

Speedchaser


That is too funny!!!


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Hey Speed. I went back through my old notes, and found that i also came up with 36ml for the Honda curved finned head with the plug installed. I also measured a Rand knock off cool head and it measured 38ml.


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Mudbogger wrote:
Hey Hoser, what did TPREED'S afterthought head cc, when I purchased that years ago he had told me it was a larger diameter head-was curious on that.

i believe i got 37cc.. probably messed up the measurement tho LOL


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