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      12-07-2010 03:13 PM #1
      Hi guys. can some one advice me about porting an aeb head. if some one have photos will be great.

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      12-07-2010 04:33 PM #2
      Porting, or port matching?
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      12-07-2010 04:59 PM #3
      Quote Originally Posted by groggory View Post
      Porting, or port matching?
      I'm assuming he is referring to ONLY porting the head itself. The AEB intake opening is bigger than an AWW/AWP head.

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      12-07-2010 05:17 PM #4
      yes im talking about porting the inlet and the exhaust ports

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      12-07-2010 06:38 PM #5
      Quote Originally Posted by glanzav133 View Post
      yes im talking about porting the inlet and the exhaust ports
      Ok, so not just port matching...you want to port them bigger. Got it.

      I wouldn't do it. Just run a gasket matched AEB with a good intake manifold and big throttle body and big injectors on good software with big turbo and big intercooler and big external wastegate with strong rods and balanced crank assembly and fluidampr.
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      12-07-2010 07:06 PM #6
      ^this. A solid, high flow engine can only get better. Not doing a proper job can also hurt flow+velocity, though that's a can of worms I don't want to open. In the end, an AEB and SEM will flow plenty
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      12-07-2010 07:47 PM #7
      and there are lots of high WHP cars running on AEB NON PORTED HEADS! Joel, Frankie (was), myself among them. and these are 700+ whp, 900+ whp, 600+ AWHP as well....

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      12-07-2010 08:14 PM #8
      i would stick with the factory ports.

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      12-08-2010 01:05 AM #9
      Quote Originally Posted by glanzav133 View Post
      Hi guys. can some one advice me about porting an aeb head. if some one have photos will be great.
      What advice would you like?
      I have data which I need to post from our CNC'ed Cylinder head program

      FLOW #'s For:
      AEB Big Port
      AEB Big Port - CNC Ported
      AWP Small Port - CNC Ported to Big port opening
      AWP Small Port - CNC Ported

      Alot of people will find the results very interesting. Unless you are gun hoeing for 700+hp , the small port head is NOT a bad option.

    10. 12-08-2010 01:40 AM #10
      Quote Originally Posted by Issam Abed View Post
      What advice would you like?
      I have data which I need to post from our CNC'ed Cylinder head program

      FLOW #'s For:
      AEB Big Port
      AEB Big Port - CNC Ported
      AWP Small Port - CNC Ported to Big port opening
      AWP Small Port - CNC Ported

      Alot of people will find the results very interesting. Unless you are gun hoeing for 700+hp , the small port head is NOT a bad option.

      well share then !!! lol jk and thanks again for finding me a sem mani.. and yes in some cases a awp will be better choice for some builds

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      12-08-2010 02:21 AM #11
      yes i have the AEB head from an AUDI A4, my problem is that in MALTA thers only one cnc and i dont now if they make cylinder heads, and if im right i need a sort of program or sizes on with the cnc wil work?.... and thank you very much for the help that all of you are giving me thanks.

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      12-08-2010 07:09 AM #12
      Quote Originally Posted by Issam Abed View Post
      What advice would you like?
      I have data which I need to post from our CNC'ed Cylinder head program

      FLOW #'s For:
      AEB Big Port
      AEB Big Port - CNC Ported
      AWP Small Port - CNC Ported to Big port opening
      AWP Small Port - CNC Ported

      Alot of people will find the results very interesting. Unless you are gun hoeing for 700+hp , the small port head is NOT a bad option.
      Please share would really be interested to see your findings. I was going to do a after dyno once I get the AEB installed. I couldn't believe the amount of material that was required to port match and taper my small port intake manifold to the AEB head.

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      12-08-2010 08:59 AM #13
      hi, thanks for you interest, on my project im working in a difirent way when i bouth the aeb head i told him to send me an audi a4 inlet so i can make a costom one i think will be better,and from RMR i can buy the parts for the inlet..

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      12-08-2010 09:54 AM #14
      I ported my head. Just did a gasket match and took it all the way down. At a minimum I'd smooth out all the nasty spots in the casting. And then I polished the exhaust after gasket matching that with 4 or 500 and then 1000 lol. Also polished the dome but not as good as donr's. Lol dons is fuc&in mirror haha. It's not cnc'ed but I didn't have funds for that. I got 4 mouths to feed and a house to pay for before car money.
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      12-08-2010 10:01 AM #15
      Quote Originally Posted by velocity196 View Post
      I got 4 mouths to feed and a house to pay for before car money.


      I've got 4 mouths (wife, 2 girls and me) also and an unemployed wife w a 08 t-reg lease.... No car money until the wife gets a job. Thanks ****ty economy....


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      12-08-2010 11:21 AM #16
      Quote Originally Posted by schwartzmagic View Post


      I've got 4 mouths (wife, 2 girls and me) also and an unemployed wife w a 08 t-reg lease.... No car money until the wife gets a job. Thanks ****ty economy....

      Def not good time to be not working. But my lady is a stay at home mom. Child care is more expensive than it's worth here. I mean with no education and a near minimum wage job it doesn't pay to work for daycare and maybe get 200 bones outta it. You know what I mean .
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      12-08-2010 12:12 PM #17
      haha hi mates we are on the same boat, we have a four years old girl too and an unployed girlfrind too at the moment we are not merried, i dont now what its hapining to this world f***
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      12-08-2010 12:16 PM #18
      i now that whit the cnc is a perfect job but its to expensive and i now how i am made if i take care of something i can make it good

    19. 12-08-2010 12:37 PM #19
      port shape is often more important than port size .. i suggest dont concentrate on porting the head rather just work on the bowls ''area from valve guide to valve seat'' and just sharpen up the individual port webbing that divides the individual valves ...

      AEB gasket matched and bowl blended






      AWP ported to a AEB bowl blended and gasket matched




      sorry for the bad cell phone pics
      Last edited by kamahao112; 12-08-2010 at 12:40 PM.

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      12-08-2010 12:59 PM #20
      thanks a lot for the pics. it looks like you had a lot of work on it but you did a great job.
      Last edited by glanzav133; 12-08-2010 at 01:07 PM.

    21. 12-08-2010 01:11 PM #21
      Not really i can make a small port into a large port in about 3-4 hours all done ported and polished .. it helps when you have the right aluminum rotary files and drum rolls flap discs and cross brushes ... and a good pneumatic die grinder

      http://www.radiac.com/ is where i get all my porting stuff from ..

      this is also a good starting point to see what works for you http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Stand...s#ht_535wt_941
      Last edited by kamahao112; 12-08-2010 at 01:21 PM.

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      12-08-2010 01:22 PM #22
      ... i think my its going to take me 3 to 4 months

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      12-08-2010 07:37 PM #23
      Quote Originally Posted by kamahao112 View Post
      ... it helps when you have the right aluminum rotary files and drum rolls flap discs and cross brushes ... and a good pneumatic die grinder.
      Exactly! I did this a few weeks ago. took my time and produced an unbelievable manifold in just 4-5 hours! Very easy, just need the right tools and knowledge.

      Not enough time in the day.

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      12-08-2010 07:43 PM #24
      sorry... AEB content (to stay on track)



      and I gasket port matched my head and manifold for my swap.
      Not enough time in the day.

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      12-08-2010 10:27 PM #25
      My work

      These factory ridges are just stupid

      And not very clear but that's a polished dome as I was seating the valves.
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