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    Stock valve port job

    Is a stock valve port job worth the money or I should get bigger valves? (+2) mods are: hot cam 3, +3tb, sparks big core exhaust, pc5 and fci. I do a lil trail riding and mainly do 300ft dirt drags.

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    My quad is a 2016 raptor. And Ima getting a 12:1 piston as well. I have plenty of acces to race gas and premium gas.

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    Stock valve size is fine for your build. Bigger valves are only needed for big builds. Porting should be mild for HC stage 3. I would just have the intake port matched with the TB and have the exhaust port matched with the gaskets and polished out.

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    Ok thanks! About how much power I'll put down after the porting? Ima let Brandon Henry to the porting.

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    I have no clue....depends on who does your tuning and how good they or the tune is.

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    Bowl work will go a whole lot further than matching to the TB.
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    Obviously if you have the head off then clean up the ports as necessary to compliment the cam. Port matching helps all the parts work together more efficiently. It's common sense to get it all done while it's off, not just one or the other.

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    No doubt. Was just saying if all that was going to be done was one thing like matching and polishing then Id rather do the bowl work. A full port would almost always be best. When porting the most important part is within an inch of the seat sometimes. Thats was my reference of my post.
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    I'm going with 12:1 cp piston, hdd 5050 cam, get my head ported with + valves my Brandon Henry.

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    That sounds legit....that's the build I wanna do but when I do it, I'll use a 734cc kit with a 12:1 and the 5050 cam. Then DASA can go to town on my cyl head.

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