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post #1 of 31 (permalink) Old 12-24-2008, 10:41 AM Thread Starter
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Need help with winter tech seminar/ Kaase

Provided noboby throws his shoes at me, (like a disgruntled Chevy fan), I am supposed to give a talk at the seminar Jan 3rd. The Question is, what does anyone want to hear about? I have a few things planned, but would be interested in hearing suggestions for any topic. I have some pictures I used at a seminar I did at the PRI show a few years ago. Mostly they are how to do things and homemade tools photos. Looking forward to being there. ... Kaase
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Jon, I think whatever you decide will be good for most. Especially your Boss Mustang project. I just purchased a 06 Mustang and will be doing a BBF oem head style swap on it in the near future. So if you have any info I could use, please bring it w/you if it's not too much trouble. Thanks, and see you there. Merry CHRISTmas Rick

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Have to talk about the Mustang. Bring all of your Boos 9 parts. Also some of your history of racing & building engines.


Also you have to bring the Mustang to show it off.

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Toss in a little airplane stuff to lighten up the room on something we know very little about also. Definately Boss Stang too. 8)

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Jon, I would listen to anything you wanted to talk about!
I'm just hoping to make it there a this point, would definitely like to check your Boss Mustang out. 8)
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Jon,
Bring the Boss Mustang! We're all dying to see it :idea: :!:

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Jon.....

I think you could probably talk about photosynthasis and how it has some profound affect on airflow inside an engine........the guys would be all ears and probably have lots of questions on this topic.....
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My point is this.........its not about what you say.......its' that you're saying something that they'll listen to.

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Jon, You could recite the phone book and I'd listen...
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I'd like to see the new B9 heads, intake, valvetrain.....the B9 S197 mustang, and I would also like to hear about your findings (R/D) on intake manifold design and modifications for equal fuel distribution and wet-flow characteristics...whether on the B9 intake or the EMC intake.

After we're done with that you can toss me the keys to the B9 S197 car and we can test my new G-tech power prgrammers consistency for 1/4 mile runs.

I think a good test for enough data would need about 10 runs. :lol:

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Another idea could be to speak about piston coatings, different types, and whether or not you or others have found them beneficial (detonation resistance, friction reduction) and IF they are worth the cost...whether on piston tops or sides or not at all.

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Kaase Seminar

Jon,

The most dramatic topic you could speak of is the Boss 9 head project. One year from an idea to a product that will make such a dramatic difference in the Ford camp is a great topic.

Two years ago I started my Boss 9 clone project with no clear idea on how I would afford the Boss 9 for the car. Your heads allows an "affordable" Boss 9 for our projects.

The insight and ability to create these new heads has got to be more interesting than any other topic I could think of.

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How About Talking about the Engine Masters Camshafts? Intake and Header tuning Maybe?

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would be interested in hearing in depth info on BB Ford prostock engine building and 800 inch motor tech.

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