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Old 03-05-2011, 10:37 PM
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Chevy 496 build...

Ok i just traded my chevy 305 for a chevy 454 bored .60 over ... Block only ... now what i am asking is can i use a set of 396 heads on this or??? would it be better to use a set of 781 heads...and how much does it cost to get a set of heads reworked (around about) this build is going to be a build as i can thing.. i am broke

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Old 03-06-2011, 01:31 AM
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anyone have anything???
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".. i am broke".. Not a good thing when it comes to cylinder head work.. Prices vary according to area. I get about $550.00 labor, to rework a set of 781's for hi-perf work..
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yeah i know the broke part really dampers the build at times ... but it is a build ad i can thing
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You should have keep the 305 496 = big bucks you still have the bottom end to build!
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lol no the 305 is for peope who wana go slow There are alot of people around that are selling alot of good used stuff in my area just have to pick and choose
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