Some articles on exhaust ports, ports, exhaust port:
... on the 235 was the design of the intake and exhaust ports ... Unlike more modern straight sixes, the 235 had siamesed ports, with three intake ports and four exhaust ports. 2 and 3 and cylinders 4 and 5 shared a single exhaust port between them, whereas cylinders 1 and 6 had their own exhaust ports ...
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