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Correction to valve/piston porting tool

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Just a heads up.

A few weeks ago I posted some notes about porting and smoothing pistons/valves and may have noted in the thread, or follow up phone calls, regarding the proper bit used for this task.

The tool to use is not the #112 or #120 that I may have indicated.

The correct tool is Dremel #9911, which is a 1/8 shank "flame" shape tungsten carbide cutter.

I have tried various tools and cutters and have always found this one to be the best. Available at various specialty stores - just do a search for "Dremel 9911".

Sorry about the error.

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Just a heads up.

A few weeks ago I posted some notes about porting and smoothing pistons/valves and may have noted in the thread, or follow up phone calls, regarding the proper bit used for this task.

The tool to use is not the #112 or #120 that I may have indicated.

The correct tool is Dremel #9911, which is a 1/8 shank "flame" shape tungsten carbide cutter.

I have tried various tools and cutters and have always found this one to be the best. Available at various specialty stores - just do a search for "Dremel 9911".

Sorry about the error.

You should be flogged 40 lashes with wet spaghetti!:worthy:

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