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    Looking for someone to cut the base by .020 on my 357xp cylinder. I am going to experiment with some light port work, but I have no access to a lathe. I'm retaining the base gasket with this build.
    After January I will have some down time due to spring breakup conditions so I will yank the head then. PM price for said labor, thanks
     
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    Have the band cut as well if you can grind upper transfer ports. You’ll see lots more compression and gains.
     
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    Found someone on here to do it, thanks guys!
     
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    Yea I don't have a right angle grinder. All I gots is a Dremel tool
     
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    Yea that won't fit with a bit on the end of it, at least in a 357 jug
     
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    Head itself is 60mm, just a fuzz big lol
     
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    It's not ideal, but you can use the adapter with the screw in the end and small cutoff wheels to work in the upper transfers.
    I used that in my 357 to get it to where I wanted height wise, then used a round ball to get at what I could for shape and angle.
    It runs pretty good considering I'm clueless.
     
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    Most port work in the 80's was done this way, before RA handpieces where readily available. It's slow and easy to make a mistake... but it works.
     
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