Re: Farmall 350 head sizes in reply to stupid, 03-03-2011 05:11:39
Well you can either run your sorry @SS mouth or ya can give some useful information! You guys are funny, full of talk behind a keyboard, a big pu$$y in person that has to pay someone else to put their stuff together cause they don't know a socket from a wrench!
Re: Farmall 350 head sizes in reply to CJ_1080, 03-03-2011 10:28:01
You don't have a clue. Milling the head to gain compression will only weaken the head, when it needs to be stronger because of more compression. So basically you are building a time bomb. Have you ever seen a combustion chamber break out under full load & RPM'S? Not a pretty sight. I am posting this so the home built engines learn NOT to mill the head to thin. If I made you mad I am sorry.
Re: Farmall 350 head sizes in reply to Dummy, 03-03-2011 14:29:30
Maybe don't come across an a smart a$$ for starters! The 300 gas head I milled down that far still had .140 inch deck for sealing it! The block is partially filled and very custom. This isn't a plow all day kinda tractor or parade tractor, it gets fired up, hooked to a sled, run open, and then shut off! The reason I posted it was to show that if you are careful you can get a smaller combustion chamber (higher compression) without huge domes or expensive LP heads! The head has been on the motor for a few seasons and no problems! Not saying your post doesn't have Merritt either. You DO have to use caution any time you are milling that much off! Just with some careful planning it is possible. Why can't we all just get along! Lol
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