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Old 11-28-2004, 12:03   #1 (permalink)
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AU Rockers On ED Head?

Hi Guys,
Asking For A Friend Can AU Rockers Bolt Directly Onto A ED Head?
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Re: AU Rockers On ED Head?

No.
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Re: AU Rockers On ED Head?

So The Rocker Gear Does Not Bolt On And Why Not
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Re: AU Rockers On ED Head?

from late el on the cam has a different base circle and different rocker ratio to suit. EA-EF 2.0:1 EL Late to AUIII 1.8:1.

The rocker gear will bolt to the head but it will break the rockers if you start it up.
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Re: AU Rockers On ED Head?

THe rocker gear will not EVEN bolt to the head
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Re: AU Rockers On ED Head?

Well Currently Im Running An AU XR6 Head On The Car With DEV3HL Cam And Vernier Cam Gear. For Some Reason I Have A Huge Loss In Power And Torque Due To Over Sized Vavles And I Wanted To Take The Cam And The Au Rocker Gear Off The AU Head And Put Back On Standard ED Head And You Say Not Possible!
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Re: AU Rockers On ED Head?

Here we go again !!! No they don't but there was someone here who has done it and reccommends u don't cos it wastes hours of labour.
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Re: AU Rockers On ED Head?

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Well Currently Im Running An AU XR6 Head On The Car With DEV3HL Cam And Vernier Cam Gear. For Some Reason I Have A Huge Loss In Power And Torque Due To Over Sized Vavles And I Wanted To Take The Cam And The Au Rocker Gear Off The AU Head And Put Back On Standard ED Head And You Say Not Possible!
From this text I gather that you have modified an AU XR6 head with cam, and that it is currently running on your ED block.

And that you want to put back on your ED head.

Correct?

If so -
You CAN put back on the ED head with ED rocker gear.
You CANNOT put your AU rocker gear on the ED head.
You CANNOT put the ED rocker gear on the AU head.
You CANNOT use the AU DEV3HL cam with the ED rocker gear.

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Re: AU Rockers On ED Head?

Axeman has it all covered.

Why do you say huge loss of power from putting an AU XR6 head and dev3 cam on your block?

It doesn't make sense it should work just fine.
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Re: AU Rockers On ED Head?

Oversized Vavles (Way To Big Lossing Power And Torque And Runs Worst Then Stock Under 3,000rpm)
And I Know The DEV3HL Cam Is A AU Cam
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