Originally Posted by Griffee
This was the response I got from WCCH:
That was the e-mail that was sent after I sent the requested pictures to them. I never did get a phone call back, and was way to swamped at work to try and make a return phone call.
I don't know Quick as per the head work. I guess I would have to take them to someone else and get their opinion.
At this point I'm not sure what I'm going to do...I think I would just sell them, but seriously would anyone want to buy those? And if no one else would be willing to buy them...why exactly am I ?
I've never in all my years of racing saw anyone debur a spark plug hole. For what? So I don't get hurt pulling them out of the box? what kind of crummy excuse is that?
Well, they actually deburred at least one of my spark plug holes:
In fact, if you expand the following pic to full screen, it looks like they deburred all of them. Especially the top two. And they deburred a couple of the ribs as well.
In the end, it's your money, and you have to be comfortable with your purchase.
But as I mentioned earlier, I would not be too concerned over the cosmetics of the bottom side of the cylinder head, which when installed on the engine block, practically faces the pavement.
No one, including you, is ever going to see that looking into the engine bay.
Do you have any pictures of the business side of the heads. The springs, the guides, the ports, the retainers, etc.?
Show us those, and if the work appears shoddy there, then I would indeed be concerned.
But I said it earlier, and I emphasize it, in the end, it's your money, and you have to be satisfied with them.
Originally Posted by JetBlue427
A can of aluminum spray paint ...some tape..and a newspaper...problem solved!
One way to approach it, but seriously, I wouldn't even go that far. I'm looking at these pics and the grinder marks are on the underside of the head, and for myself, would not be a big sticking point, my biggest concern not so much on the cosmetics, but on the actual valve and spring work.
But in the end, if you are unsatisfied with them, it's your car and your money.