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    head machining in birmingham

    hello all I need to find a machining shop around Birmingham for cutting my heads down to make the combustion chambers lower as I want a lower compression for when I stick a turbo on with thanks Ashley

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    Try here Ash, Bromsgrove
    http://www.mja-automotive.co.uk/
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    Ash

    why would you want to machine the head for turbocharging? (unless it is mega low compression motor ) this will raise the compression ratio, Not what you really want on a turbocharged motor..

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    Quote Originally Posted by yellacar View Post
    Ash

    why would you want to machine the head for turbocharging? (unless it is mega low compression motor ) this will raise the compression ratio, Not what you really want on a turbocharged motor..
    I wouldnt be Surface grinding it flat, id be taking inside combistion chamber out therefore making it lower

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    Quote Originally Posted by V8Devon View Post
    Try here Ash, Bromsgrove
    http://www.mja-automotive.co.uk/
    V8 devon thanks for that will give them a shout
    a cnc machine with the burr is what i need

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    Hi Ash,also just around the corner is Andy at Cylinder Head Developments on 01527 870472. He did my head for turbo,but mainly does Ford stuff. Not cheap but really knows his stuff.

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    Wouldn't it be easier to get dished pistons?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamber View Post
    Wouldn't it be easier to get dished pistons?
    Nit really as id then be spending 3-4 grand on the engine with bearings re bore balance etc
    You can run the cologne 2.9 on a standard bottom end with just a kent cam long duration and modified heads

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    Fairy nuff.

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    Just been a lucky shit and got a set of turbo techniques 2.9 heads no machining needed yet lol

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