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09-23-2005 10:49 AM
67bird man this is the first time i have been on this site in forever, haha i totally forgot about that. it for real has been a long time. thanks alot though i really appreciate it
09-23-2005 10:37 AM
Henry Highrise The information on how to set valves with solid lifters is in the Knowlege Base on this site. The knowlede Base has lots of good info and even has a search mode, take a look....its fantastic!
09-23-2005 10:26 AM
67bird nevermind i got it done. i did research and it seemed like most of the valve lash was set at .022, so thats where i set'em and wow she runs like she's supposed to again! lol. i totally forgot how great of a motor she was
09-23-2005 08:17 AM
67bird this is how i bought the car... i did not build it and this is all the info that i have on it. so check out their website? thanks alot anything else?
09-23-2005 08:07 AM
johnsongrass1 Comp cams has good instructions on the web site. Why are you running a cam that big with low comp pistons? and not 1.6 or .7 rockers?
09-23-2005 07:58 AM
67bird
need help adjusting valves

hey guys, i have been going crazy tring to adjust the valves on my engine, well i guess for the first reason being that i was trin to set them as hydraulic. but now i realize they are solid. can someone please help me out, how do i adjust solid cams?!? here is all the info about the engine. thanks alot

engine: 1970 4 bolt, high nickle, nodular iron main caps, bored .30 over, flat top hypereutectic pistons, 215 cc dart iron eagle heads w/stainless 2.05/1.60 valves, comp solid lifter cam (Duration at .050: 260 Intake Valve Lift: 0.555 Exhaust Valve Lift: 0.555 Lobe Seperation: 110) comp alum. roller rockers (1.5),

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