Porting burrs

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Porting burrs

Postby 84ta406 » Fri Feb 17, 2012 7:57 am

Ive got some of my own burr and cartridges but what are you guys using?

I use a Oval burr for most of my material removal, using a tree to get a good radius on things and then use a flame to smooth everything out before I start using the rolls.

Where do you get your tools? Also You see some of these heads and intakes, how do people get the ports to look flawless? Crossbuff or a flapper?
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Re: Porting burrs

Postby Hammons Motorsports » Fri Feb 17, 2012 12:12 pm

McMaster Carr....you can get them with whatever shank length that you need.
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Re: Porting burrs

Postby coulterracn » Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:47 pm

I bought some from http://www.burrs4less.com, they are Ok, not the best. One of these has a cutter head that's a few thousanths out of alignment. I'll order from one of the other companies listed below for my next batch of cutters.

My son-in-law ordered some from http://www.carbideselect.com, they were made to order and he says they move some metal.

My business partner bought some from http://www.buckeyecarbide.com at the PRI show this past December. They are pricey but they move some metal too.

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Re: Porting burrs

Postby Adger Smith » Wed Apr 04, 2012 12:45 am

This guy has some on e-bay. had good luck buying from him...
http://myworld.ebay.com/aztool-jerry/&_ ... 1438.l2754
He has fishing lures mixed in with the tools... you have to dig through them..or disregard or buy a few and go fishing after work!! :~)..

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Re: Porting burrs

Postby 10wideBu » Fri Feb 08, 2013 9:00 am

Fastenel has good selection, local for me, dont have to wait for it to be shipped.
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Re: Porting burrs

Postby Adger Smith » Sat Aug 17, 2013 10:33 pm

http://www.burrs4less.com/
I noticed the "Drag Cut" I've never seen that before.. Alum?? Says it makes a smooth cut..
Anyone use one of those?

http://www.burrs4less.com/products/Oval ... 561-0.html
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