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  • A milestone for me!

    Just rebuilt my 600th cylinder head, Porsche 911, 930 and 964's

    That's 100 engines

    This set is going back to Canada, have sent heads to Singapore and Finland too over the years.


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    Mmm..
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    • #3
      shinayy
      ~Jake

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      • #4
        #612 lot of people rebuilding this winter! I must be too cheap?

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        • #5
          Sounds like ur price point is just right if you're getting that much work. It's obvious you know what you're doing Craig.
          ~Jake

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          • #6
            very cool.

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            • #7
              Wouldn't 600 heads = 300 engines?
              Either way, that's damn cool...

              Originally posted by cgarr View Post
              Just rebuilt my 600th cylinder head, Porsche 911, 930 and 964's

              That's 100 engines

              This set is going back to Canada, have sent heads to Singapore and Finland too over the years.

              *edit: now that i see the larger photo, those are individual cylinder heads aren't they? Disregard my previous transmission...
              -Matt | flickr
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              • #8
                Well now they got me porting late model 3.0 heads to the early 38mm intake spec. At least it's something different.

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                • #9
                  Worst set I ever worked on, normally the seats are good, not this one and the sealing surfaces are toast! All done like new again:



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                  • #10
                    Another new customer sent me a set of 3.0 heads from Bahrain, you all know about Bahrain don't you? He said no one there knows what they are doing and usually just throw the cars away and buy new lol

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                    • #11
                      seems like a really nice complement, congrats.
                      Your friend Raven
                      92 Corrado VR6t
                      05 Audi A6
                      90 Miata (because racecar)

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                      • #12
                        I sure get some real shit in to work on! Before and after.

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                        • #13
                          Nice!

                          Looking through this thread makes it really hard to not get my heads done. But I am being patient and putting off any engine work for hopefully a couple years!
                          A big Ford 4x4, a Deeeeezle BMW and a air cooled flat six
                          PCA# 2014080243

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                          • #14
                            If your not using a lot of oil no need to do them. I have a friend who's has 180k and no oil use yet.

                            Most time people get the heads done because they are doing something else to the motor and already have it apart so why not at that point.

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                              Originally posted by cgarr View Post
                              If your not using a lot of oil no need to do them. I have a friend who's has 180k and no oil use yet.

                              Most time people get the heads done because they are doing something else to the motor and already have it apart so why not at that point.
                              Oil leakage? Yes.....Oil usage? No; not really. I am not going to jump on it anytime soon but those heads are so pretty it makes it hard to resist.
                              A big Ford 4x4, a Deeeeezle BMW and a air cooled flat six
                              PCA# 2014080243

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