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Old 04-18-2004, 07:45   #1 (permalink)
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2V head job

hey hey, i want to put a 2v head on a pre crossflow engine... i already run a 350 holley and 21/4" extractors... do i need to change anything other thatn the head and intake?? i'm pretty ignorant!! do i need to adjust anything??

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Old 04-19-2004, 02:49   #2 (permalink)
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Re: 2V head job

Do you allready have the 2V head and what size engine is it going on,as long as you have the manifold it should just bolt straight onto a 250 if you have one.
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You may need to change the extractors i heard there different on the standard 250 to the 250 2V but i think you can use standard 221 extractors if the engine is a 221.
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It's a 221, so the whole deal should just be a unbolt and rebolt excercise?? the engine is in great nick... and i don't have the head yet... is there anything i should do to a head first??
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Maby get it made to run on ULP insted of LRP. Thats what i wood be doing.
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I'll tell you soon because I'm about to put my 2V head onto my 221,but yes a must to do, is convert it to unleaded petrol,I have a set of Perry extractor's on my 221 at the moment and I also have the 250 2V extractor's and they are identical so the 221 ones should fit the head ok.
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