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Old 11-24-2006, 12:32 AM
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Is your motor a windsor or a cleveland? If it is a cleveland, which heads, 2V or 4V?
I never heard of anything like that for a windsor. (I do know of the port plates for the Cleveland, I never heard of them being used in a car with shock towers because of the severe bends required in the headers to exit down.)

If it is a 351Cleveland,(which like woods said, were not installed in any 69s that I know of),could those exhaust gaskets be 2V gaskets on a 4V head?
There is a definate difference in the size and shape of the 2v to the 4V exhaust ports. I know that they usually leak like crazy if you put a set of 2V headers on a 4V head. Or use the wrong gaskets. I know this from personal experience.
A picture of what you have and a positive motor ID would be helpful.

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