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Old 11-02-2012, 04:14 PM
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Originally Posted by rube'68'03 View Post
Ok, so i found a set of 416's for 25$. Couldnt help myself. Im going to take it in for testing and cleaning and thought of getting all new valves. What is the suggested valvles, and with what cam/lifters. Im planning on getting steel tip roller rockers and replacing the lifters.
Roller tips without roller trunnions are a joke. Save your money for some real parts. Have the heads magnafluxed for cracks. If they're cracked, smash 'em with a sledgehammer so that nobody else will get screwed on purchasing them. Competition Products has a "kit" of valves, springs, retainers, keepers and seals to fill a cylinder head. Call 'em up and talk to 'em. You'll need to know the static compression ratio of the motor before you can purchase a cam. You'll need to know what cam you're going to use before you can buy springs.
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