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09-15-2011 16:56:49

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wondering if they made diffrent heads for the model c that would have diffrent compression chambers for more or less compression

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09-17-2011 04:32:09

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 Re: model c in reply to nl00sb, 09-15-2011 16:56:49  
thanks i think it was all done with the pistons weather they were dished or flat top im trying to get this little c i have set up for a light weight puller for a couple shows for my girl friend and want to get as much snuf out of it as i can

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Dick L

09-15-2011 18:37:26

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 Re: model c in reply to nl00sb, 09-15-2011 16:56:49  
No. Not a noticable difference from the 38 B thru the end of the CA's. I have removed up to .200 from the heads. The water is quite deep compaired to other makes of tractors.

Here is a picture to see the cross section of the heads.

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