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07-25-2014 12:22 PM
Dman64 It is actually I was just on it. The link is at the beginning of the thread once there clock on bbf technical index.

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07-25-2014 10:50 AM
4 nomor Is Scotty's sit still up? I'm having trouble finding it...
07-19-2014 04:02 PM
Lem Evans bump
03-11-2014 08:31 PM
The Mad Porter
Direct link for streamlined access to porting instructions.

We have streamlined the process for the 1 time subscription payment to our technical pages and porting information. After check out you will be redirected to a special page with log in information and a link to the BBF TECH log in page. No more waiting for a reply email with log in information.

Here is a link to the subscribe page:

http://r-h-p.biz/bbf_technical_index

Follow the simple instructions on the page and during Paypal check out. You do not have to have a paypal account to finalize payment.

Thank you for your patients as we modernize our site.





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01-26-2014 06:39 PM
old79bronco
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Originally Posted by CK&Sons View Post
how can I get the password and username for this? I tried messaging Scott once or twice.

And obviously I cannot prove it to anyone with no proof because it was nearly two years ago, And can't reset password because it's all one universal PW AND username

Frustrating when I like to browse for pictures and information of port work..especially on iron BBF heads


CK & SONS RACING
Send him an e-mail. Long story short. He dug mine up from 2005. He is a great guy to deal with.
01-12-2014 03:55 PM
CK&Sons how can I get the password and username for this? I tried messaging Scott once or twice.

And obviously I cannot prove it to anyone with no proof because it was nearly two years ago, And can't reset password because it's all one universal PW AND username

Frustrating when I like to browse for pictures and information of port work..especially on iron BBF heads


CK & SONS RACING
06-15-2013 09:25 AM
bairleland
d3ve a2a

Just paypaled can't wait to start porting
12-23-2012 08:27 PM
MrScharfenberger I just signed up!! Thanks Scotty!!

I just picked up a set of C9VE-A's for FordManMatt on this site. I have all the tools to port them so I figured I would go ahead and get all the info to do it as well.

Thanks again!! Looking forward to getting in there and reading all the good!!
11-27-2012 08:23 PM
Lem Evans bump
06-28-2012 12:57 PM
The Mad Porter
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Originally Posted by Just Brian View Post
Just signed up. Great stuff and I will be in touch in the future with questions.

Thanks Scotty

Cheers

Thanx brian. Fire away via email....



06-28-2012 12:56 PM
The Mad Porter
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Originally Posted by Pusstang View Post
Just signed up! I've got some D3VE A2A's I'm going to port for my turbo build!
1 question though...
Should I have my head shop deck them and do the valve job before I port and polish or should I do all the "machine" work after my "handy" work?

Thanks,

Stan

Edit: Also, I will be running a Comp Cams custom grind cam in the mid-to-high .700's with 255-270 duration, Solid roller...
Hit me via telephone or email and i will sort this out for you.
When going to large valves you should have the machine shop rough in the seats so you can port accordingly. You can them take the heads back for final finish.


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06-11-2012 05:19 AM
Just Brian Just signed up. Great stuff and I will be in touch in the future with questions.

Thanks Scotty

Cheers
05-27-2012 11:46 AM
Pusstang Just signed up! I've got some D3VE A2A's I'm going to port for my turbo build!
1 question though...
Should I have my head shop deck them and do the valve job before I port and polish or should I do all the "machine" work after my "handy" work?

Thanks,

Stan

Edit: Also, I will be running a Comp Cams custom grind cam in the mid-to-high .700's with 255-270 duration, Solid roller...
05-01-2012 12:13 PM
The Mad Porter Thank you for supporting the site guys.

If you have questions regarding the porting material and or questions specific to your application feel free to email me.






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03-26-2012 08:40 PM
2213SS
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