I had a grilled cheese and tomato sandwich for lunch.
mmmmmmhhh Grilled cheese.. MIne was a bacon/cheese on a pretzel bread thingy (Schinken Kaese Stange is what we call them) Never anything wrong with grilled cheese..What? No bacon?? :ugh
Maybe we can give TBTR his own forum to chat about stuff with himself? I am sure TBTR wants to provide genuine info and if such it could all be collected in one central spot.. We dont want to be like other sites and just ignore him, or ?? Reading the entries on other sites about/from him is rather telling, though..
But, this is about a future project of his involving some old machinery (I think, i may have misread something somewhere; it may even involve a piece of a Corvette, maybe).. :eyerole
Was the grilled cheese and tomato good?? What kind of cheese?
What? No bacon?? :ugh
Sandwich was great. I had a slice of provolone although I considered swiss at one point but thought it might be too neutral. Tomato was homegrown beefsteak. Much smaller than usual due to the extreme drought we've had all summer. Just a dab of mayo. The bread was a home baked french roll, I'm trying out a different brand of yeast and this was the first batch.
Shamefully, we are out and it's my own fault. I cure and smoke my own (I get the bellies at Lavergne Western Beef in Navan) and misjudged how much we had left in the freezer. Navan is a bit of a drive from here, but we were working at Beau's Oktoberfest in Vankleek Hill last weekend so made a detour on the way there. The new bacon is still a few weeks away from being ready. I did one belly with maple syrup from this year's harvest. Should be great!
Uhh, I guess this is sounding like a hijack. Sorry, back on topic. So, 'shipping stuff on eBay that goes missing'.
Crap, it's always something with those damn C3's.
Now he'll have to find a used one of them things to buy.
I'm just trying to be helpful. Whether it is heard or not is another question. I'm being nice and past that I could careless...
As you know; flow benches apply to everything.. Even my C5 heads. I have this little chart from the porter that says at .X" of lift flow is Y CFM etc..
My sarcasm may have got the better of me, no offense meant.
When I was at the automotive machine shop a couple of days ago I was talking to the cylinder head man and he showed me a set of early closed chamber heads just like mine that have been opened up to accept the larger high performance valves just like mine. The heads and valves (Manley) have been sitting on the floor gathering dust for years and I'm wondering why? Someone started a project and didn't finish it? Ran out of money? Sold his car? Died?