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I just had some head work performed on my 3.0L heads. I am adding C+B cams so we needed to recess the follower bores and sink the guide just a little more than stock so that the retainers don't smash the guide seals. Also had valves relieved and seats regound and touch up on the ports. This guy does excellent work in his own small shop. you can see my engine rebuild and all the pics at:

http://www.alfagtv6.com/bb/viewtopic.php?t=2562

when it works!!


ATTENTION: I am promoting the guy who did the head work on my 3.0L in the next few paragraphs. I am doing this because Alfa owners out there who need good work done for a good price may want to talk to him.

If you are in the Detroit/Ann Arbor area and you need head work, call this guy Gerry at Berkside (BHperformance)

http://www.mspmall.com/bhp/

NOTE THE NEW PHONE NUMBER not yet changed on the site!! 734-455-1905

Gerry does the machine work in his shop and is very accessable if you want to keep track of what is going on. he was always polite and charges a very reasonable rate. The work is first class and will be EXACTLY what you want without mistakes or waste.

I am a picky SOB and he did everything I asked and made several good suggestions and mods. He has tons of knowledge about heads and porting from years of racing experience.
 

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As you can see, I only had the big rough spots cleaned up from the ports. With the guides sunk a little further, the is no guide seal contact with the extra 1.5mm lift on the intake side and no contact on exhaust side either.

I am using the Viton seals all around.
 
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