Originally Posted by MR_P_BODY
I've learnt over the years to use tootsie rolls to do this.. on my B1 I
could use the mill and a end mill but I had a lot to take out.. seldom
do I ever use a alum cutter in a air grinder.. its to easy for it to wobble
around the hole and it takes too much material off to quickly(I would
rather use a steel cutting bit which is much easier to control
wave




I tried to tell him that in my post but others insisted on telling him to buy the single cut aluminum burrs. After a grinder wings out of control and you bend the burr it teaches you the right way. Slow and easy and it ends up looking like a professional did the job instead of a HACK. LOL


1970 Duster
Edelbrock headed 408
6.143@110.85 mph
9.73@135.05 mph shifting at 6700 RPM
422 Indy headed small block
5.982@112.56 mph
9.42@138.27

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