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Old 10-15-2012, 06:26 PM
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Why was it back when we made everything here and bought the things WE made a man could have a decent paying job and things where affordable... **** went to hell in a hand basket when we started importing all this crap and sending jobs overseas.
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me 2 cents I purchaced a set of procomp oval port 300cc aluminum heads pro comp layered gaskets and proconp studs for aluminum headsfor a total of $1150.00 including tax from ASA in COLUMBUS GA add said completly assembeled opened package today to puy on my BBC engine they are NOT together have to put on guide plates and studs problem is bolts for studs are7/16, holes in heads 4 are 7/16 4 are 1/2 holes 1 head came with helicoil but they dont fit the holes 2 guide plates do not align with pushrods the set at approx 30 degrees so i am going to have to remove heads redrill tap and helicoil both heads so rocker studs will fit i will loose layered head gaskets 70.00 plus labor sealer and antiseize trial fit intake after problem with heads you guessed it, intake does not fit some of bolt holes are off 1/2 of the hole this is a factory GM tripower intake so i cant enlongate holes with runing value of intake approx $1200 just incase anyone cares I AM NOT HAPPY, Dont wast your money
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I got some cnc AVG/PC 351C A3 port heads for $1900 complete, really nice castings, really happy with them, looking to buy another set right now.

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is it me r does the rocker arms not look right.

Yes i know this is over a month old
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is it me r does the rocker arms not look right.

Yes i know this is over a month old
Their right if your installing them on a lumpy old ford motor....cleavland style....
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