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i know with 5 angles, on the dyno there is a slight, but noticeable difference found in the lower end. three angles is pretty standard unless you decide to lap the valves 'in' instead. the 3 angles helps to recondition the seats before hand lapping. just makes for good sealing and if there are pits in the valve seats, they will be removed or is a 'nice' discovery in order to do something about it while the head is off.
1/2 a tank of V-Power gas+ 1/2 tankful of fuel with Techroline= V-Tec gas??? Speed and grip walk a very thin line of balance. If a car feels like it's on rails, then you're probably not going fast enough.
unless they have changed their machine shop, which i think they did when they went to their new facility, i have seen quite a few problems with their engine work. again, i think they changed though, so i might be wrong on it.