No matter how busy I am, there is always some time for Alea iacta est. I've been fabricating right side inner fender and I got as it done just today! It actually feels pretty awesome as it wast the last and final piece of sheet metal needed for Signet once so poor rusted body. Not all the welding and cutting and grinding is done, but only front upper control arm mounting ears are missing and I would not consider them as sheet metal parts. So, we're almost there. I can almost touch the victory line!! But I'm not gonna celebrate before I really am beyond the sweet black and white.
The head will also have over size 1.70"/1,44" stainless steel valves installed with hard valve seats on exhaust side. When reshaping the chambers it is good idea to measure and re-size them to be exactly the same shape and size. The combustion chamber on this head are 62cc (original is 54cc) and there is less than 0,5cc difference between smallest and largest. Syringe and a piece of clear plastic are handy tools to measure the cc's. I use some heavy grease to seal up the plastic cover plate to head and valves to their seats while measuring.