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Old 07-15-2004, 07:48   #1 (permalink)
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Interested in getting these parts.

Hey fellas.
I've had a valve train prob for a while so i've finally decided to do something about it.

I'm taking the heads off, getting new valves, pushrods, lifters, springs & cam.

I've listed the parts im interested in getting.

Milodon - 2.19" Intake
- 1.71" Exhaust Stainless Steel Valves
Crane - Pushrods (Don't know which, 5/16" or 3/8"?)
- Dual Valve Springs
- Hydraulic-Roller Lifters
Crow Cam - IN.32/68 EX.72/28, Dur@.050" 214 214, Power Range 2000-5000.
-Edelbrock Performer Manifold
-Holley 650DP
-Mild Porting.

What do you think of all this?
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I think that hes just posting absolute grabage, hence spamming. Admins: please give this guy a warning..
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i agree, EAdam what are you on about? try and speak english on the forums thanks
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At least someone replied to my post
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Hey fellas.
I've had a valve train prob for a while so i've finally decided to do something about it.

I'm taking the heads off, getting new valves, pushrods, lifters, springs & cam.

I've listed the parts im interested in getting.

Milodon - 2.19" Intake
- 1.71" Exhaust Stainless Steel Valves
Crane - Pushrods (Don't know which, 5/16" or 3/8"?)
- Dual Valve Springs
- Hydraulic-Roller Lifters
Crow Cam - IN.32/68 EX.72/28, Dur@.050" 214 214, Power Range 2000-5000.
-Edelbrock Performer Manifold
-Holley 650DP
-Mild Porting.

What do you think of all this?
Thanks. Trav.
hydraulic roller lifters on a standard cam? You may have a bit of a mismatch here Trav. You,ll need a hydraulic roller cam as well. You might want to check the price on that one mate as you probably won,t get any change from about 700 bucks for the cam alone.You need good ol hydraulic lifters for your piece. The cam you are using is real mild. I would suggest something larger. try the 21665 crow . its one step above what you have picked but works well on the street. I would not recommend 4v valve sizes for this combo.keep em stock in size. You probably wouldn,t need to go for a stainless valve either. Plenty of manufacturers make good quality valves at reasonable prices without resorting to the higher prices of stainless. 5/16 pushrods should be adequate.don,t use stock ones as they will bend with the spring pressure until they soften up a bit.. The rest looks ok for a street setup. maybe a weiand manifold if you want a bit more power .
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Thanks russxr67.
I didnt know i needed a roller cam.
Whats the difference between stainless valves & the normal material.
Stainless any more durable?

Another question. Its probably been asked manytimes before.
To run PULP, should i have hardened valve seats? is that it?

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I second the notion regarding the 4V valves. Too big.

If you actually were prepared to spend the $1000+ on a roller cam and roller lifters you would be better off putting that money into some head work.
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Thanks russxr67.
Another question. Its probably been asked manytimes before.
To run PULP, should i have hardened valve seats? is that it?

Thanks. Trav.
You need hardened seats and guides. They are only required on the exhaust.
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Can someone help?
I have no idea how to take the stock intake manifold off.
Everythings disconnected & off the manifold. All bolts are undone.

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