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Looks nice! I'd be keen to do the same thing with mine... Will have a look into whether it will work (I think my manifold opens p to 48mm).

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external vvt solenoid -> thru that plate -> into a grove in cam -> thru the center of cam to the pulley. dumps back into head behind seal like factory 20v

still have a bit of machining to do. as need to find the best advance/retard angles, with a normal adjustable cam wheel on running engine. as likely to destroy a cam ever time i get it wrong, the way the pulley will attach to cam.

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I originally sold those 3 wheels to Walker.NZ. Got another set of 4, 14x6.5 +4 so you could run a staggered setup. Prob not looking to sell outright, but would be keen to swap for other sets or pairs of 14x6.5 - 14x8

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got any pics man? guessing they have a flatter dish that the ones i have?

something the same or slightly more aggressive is what i was after, fitment on the front it pretty much spot on. gonna shorten the diff more to fit what ever goes on the back. but staggered could work with spacer on front.

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Is there any benefit in tidying up the shape of the throttle shaft/screws/throttle plate for when throttle is wide open?

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if the ports have been hacked at you could always take the all the out to big as possable then just epoxi them to the perfect shape your after.

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yeh not keen to mess around with filling ports again, think will just use as it is. build another head if its a slug

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yeh will get it lowered back down and outside before i decide im thinking. possibly a different colour would work.

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not at all. wheels are way down the list, gotta shorten diff first. they don't fit on the back how it is. i'm just being lazy not wanting to strip the paint off, haha. will go the polished way, lowered the front down any they look alot better without the arch to tyre gap.

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