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Looks good.  Don't take it to a mirror finish.  Intake runners should have slight roughness (80 grit, or so).  Fuel can possibly condense/pool on a mirror finish.

 

Exhaust is different... smoother is more gooder.

 

Ed

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That is what I was told, so there is definitely some texture to it.  It doesn't show in the pictures too well, but it is there. 

 

Thanks

 

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I've gone as far as backfilling the big, threaded hole for the brake booster vacuum port on sidedraft manifolds with epoxy... if nothing else, for my OCD.

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On 10/22/2018 at 4:21 PM, zinz said:

I've gone as far as backfilling the big, threaded hole for the brake booster vacuum port on sidedraft manifolds with epoxy

Believe it or not I was forced into this with some of the ports on my throttle body as they make this horribly loud whistling sound of the air going past them at certain throttle positions.  Was driving me mad, but epoxying them like that shut them up good, plus I'm sure the flow is better too, so thumbs up on this solution where warranted!

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