TS1 Sprint/race engine, pics of porting in progress.....

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Tue Jan 03, 2012 11:45 pm

but if it serves your ego darrell we will from now on call them "darrell ports" just to please you :D
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Tue Jan 03, 2012 11:49 pm

Darrell Taylor wrote:not common at all on lambys ,a certain well travelled journalist said it was a first when he saw it 2 years ago, the 38bhp ts1 quote(now deleted) "cases ported in a totally different way previously unseen on a lamby motor with no welding" was a dead giveaway and when seeds are planted ideas are grown i knew it had matured when you posted the automatic scooter crankcases photo that you felt might be worth trying

i see the ts1 sprint cases and the rb sprint cases on this post youve done recently havent got them ??????????? who you trying to kid!

like i said " my customers" call them "Darrell Ports" they aint seen anyone else do them!

had any of you seen them on a lamby?
Have you any idea how conceited and condescending you sound?

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Tue Jan 03, 2012 11:50 pm

Darrell Taylor wrote:
i see the ts1 sprint cases and the rb sprint cases on this post youve done recently havent got them ???????????
who you trying to kid!
my old neighbour told me youd been asking about the caseporting ;) ;)

had any of you seen them on a lamby? THE JOURNALIST WHO VISITED EVERY TUNING SHOP IN THE COUNTRY and HALF OF EUROPE HADNT
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Tue Jan 03, 2012 11:54 pm

sean brady scooters wrote:but if it serves your ego darrell we will from now on call them "darrell ports" just to please you :D
If they have 'hidden flow features', I could fetch a bag of sweets and a bottle of pop.
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Tue Jan 03, 2012 11:55 pm

Ha ha ha.......this is hilarious.

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Wed Jan 04, 2012 12:00 am

you obviously have delusions of grandier ,hoping to achieve the same accolade as per Schnerle or boyasen ,but i seriously doubt that your (or should i say your re take of )"darrell ports " will do that lol
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Wed Jan 04, 2012 12:06 am

sean brady scooters wrote:but if it serves your ego darrell we will from now on call them "darrell ports" just to please you :D
Like i said
i didnt christen them
im quoting what others said on the subject

popcorn and a can of Dr Pepper please

cmon now
how about answering the questions dan and sean,you keep telling me i elude them yet i always reply

theres also an inlet width question unanswerd on this thread
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Wed Jan 04, 2012 12:13 am

the inlet was left as standard width...
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Wed Jan 04, 2012 12:21 am

Now now ladies, put the handbags away.
Darrell's bringing some interesting stuff to this forum and what look to be some hefty numbers in terms of engine performance figures gained. Who was it who said something along the lines of "that's the most optimistic dyno chart I've ever seen" but has since changed their view. It seems to me that Darrell knows a thing or two about tuning and is prepared to share some of his ideas and knowledge here. I've never seen or heard any mention of the "Darrell ports" before, Dan and Sean haven't shown us any pic's of any casings they've tuned in this way. I think as far as this forum goes they should be called RinB ports!
As far as the wheel invention thing well I think we all now that MB invented that :wink:

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Wed Jan 04, 2012 12:26 am

RICSPEED wrote:so ...would the use of boyesn ports negate the use of this mod ??

if a boost port is added to an rb barrel for instance

ill answer a few

the last thing you would ever want to do is add a boost port

the boyessen feeds need completely filling in

throw away that ridiculous oversized reedblock and inlet manifold

weld up those auxilary ex ports cause theyll crack anyway,more powerful with less ex area on those transfer designs

and then youll have a well balanced set up
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