Re: polished ports

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flannelbud... you are talking about the wrong part of the deal... the tool itself does not matter... its the type of bit you have in it that matters.

If you have a sanding or buffing bit in it... no problem at all

If you have a carbide cutter in it... THEN you have to be careful.

Thats what matters.

By the way.. the whole deal with polishing ports is way overrated... it does little or nothing for performance.

I also don't 'de-carbonize' heads either.. (unless they are really really thickly caked on).

That pays NO advantage.... in fact it DECREASES performance.

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  polished portsTopic by: Toehead Toehead 06/11/02 09:49PM
  Re: polished portsRe: flannelman flannelman 06/11/02 11:00PM
  Re: polished portsRe: flannelman flannelman 06/11/02 11:03PM
  Re: polished portsRe: Chris Rice Chris Rice 06/12/02 12:03AM
  Re: polished portsRe: flannelman flannelman 06/12/02 12:15AM
  Re: polished portsRe: Ron Brown Ron Brown 06/12/02 09:52AM
  Re: polished portsRe: InfectedBootSector InfectedBootSector 06/12/02 10:44AM
  Re: polished portsRe: leo leo 06/12/02 03:28PM
  Re: polished portsRe: chuck russo va chuck russo va 06/12/02 03:47PM
  Re: polished portsRe: Toehead Toehead 06/12/02 04:23PM
  Re: polished portsRe: flannelman flannelman 06/12/02 09:08PM
  Re: polished portsRe: Toehead Toehead 06/12/02 09:20PM
  Re: polished portsRe: merlin311 merlin311 06/12/02 09:22PM
  Re: polished portsRe: flannelman flannelman 06/12/02 10:05PM
  Re: polished portsRe: Fred Fred 06/12/02 10:28PM

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