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Old 05-06-2005, 02:33   #1 (permalink)
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blocking off holes in heads

what is the best method for blocking off the holes in the back of the heads that run the exhaust/pollution on late model windsor??
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Re: blocking off holes in heads

If you buy a set of Felpro intake/head gaskets they come with a little cut out for blocking (well the 1250 does anyway).
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Re: blocking off holes in heads

C if u can get a machine shop to drill the holes and plug them with brass welch plugs.
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Re: blocking off holes in heads

if you are talking about a big threaded hole at the end of the head, Trickflow make a plug that screws in and also has an internal thread so you can still use the hole for accessaries like alternator or p/s.
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Yep same size bolt as accessories..Obviously shorter with flat washer...
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I got mine from High Performance World
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