Yes sir, I am leaving the intakes with the finish the burr leav esI take it your only polishing the exhaust
Yeah, it's not ideal, but I did do a second round on the valve bowls so I'll probably leave those alone. I mostly want to work in the ports which I can get from the port end and in the chambers and those I'll do with the valves installed.KInda brave to get the valve job done, then more polish work afterwards. One slip makes for a bad day
I really can't wait! I've watched a couple videos with similar cam specs and they sound healthy. I can't wait to roll through the parking lot at work with a slightly lopey idle....How exciting to turn the key on a new engine, just wondering what it's going to sound like...
I'll have to resists the temptation to continue to modify... I have enough other projects that need my time and money! I'm keeping the stock cat-back in place for now and I'm hoping I'm happy with that, but we'll see..... I want it to sound good and not sap power, but I also don't want it too loud inside the truck (gah, I must be getting old!). I will do a 14 bolt upgrade sooner rather than later though just to make sure the rear axle doesn't blow up on me.I bet after he gets it going the next upgrade will be the exhaust and then the .......... LOL
When the Envoy is on the road, the skid steer is getting pulled back in the barn and finished. Then I have a retaining wall project to do with the skid steer. When the retaining wall project is done, then I'm back on the Tahoe.Speaking of which, what about your skid steer project from last winter?
Nah, I think when he was growing up it was, "Son, remember. Finish what you're working on now before starting to work on something else." And like every rebellious kid, he's done the exact opposite of what his parent told him not to do!I get the feeling when Nate was growing up, the phrase that was said to him most often was -
“Son, no matter what- do your very best, don’t go half way.”