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 Port polishing a Briggs & Stratton L-head

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PostSubject: Re: Port polishing a Briggs & Stratton L-head   Port polishing a Briggs & Stratton L-head - Page 2 Icon_minitimeTue Apr 02, 2013 11:16 pm

Took my opposed. I have a valve compressor thank god. Had a diagrinder and a multicarb bit. Grounded the ports of intake and exhaust. Made it smooth and polished it. Polished the head. Carb is polished intake it grounded out and polished. Runs like a beast. With regular gas and methanol mix. Doing this to your motor does improve torque alot
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Went over 30 in 4th gear of a 4 speed peerless
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PostSubject: Re: Port polishing a Briggs & Stratton L-head   Port polishing a Briggs & Stratton L-head - Page 2 Icon_minitimeSat Jul 20, 2013 10:12 pm

Me and my buddy did this to a 14.5 hp OHV briggs motor I had sitting around and it starts easier and runs smoothly still haven't ridden it yet because we need a rear end, it also is a lot quieter
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