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Old 09-11-2012, 08:51 AM
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heads from hell

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i have canfield 23 600 65 heads and they are kicking my a**. they are the offset ones nut i cant get the rocker arms to line up right. canfield's page is gone and they are closed now im in the dark on how to get these rockers on right. im running harland sharp 1:6 rocker that are suppose to go with these offset heads but that isnt the case.anyone used these , had the same problems and if so remedy??

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heads from hell

canfield 23 600 65... heads from
are these heads going to be heads from hell in a good way being that they have huge runners and have awesome flow or just heads from hell due to the f'ed up way they designed them and the head ach im having trying to get the offset rocker arms right.. please tell me the head ach will not last long or cost that much.lol
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What type Pushrod Guideplates are you using?
Will probably need the adjustable type that you weld together when the Rockers are aligned.
Isky Racing Cams 200-AGP - Isky Adjustable Guideplates - Overview - SummitRacing.com
Isky Racing Cams 300-AGP - Isky Adjustable Guideplates - Overview - SummitRacing.com

The Harland Sharp rockers are Offset type?
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Or it is possible you may have to go to a shaft rocker setup. I always disliked their heads because of the soft alloy they were made of. Stuff moved around and they were not fun to re-surface or replace pieces on.
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