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Old 02-22-2013, 01:40 PM
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Did painted jester tell you to soak the lifters?

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Old 02-22-2013, 01:44 PM
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No but a friend of mine. He adjust te valves and he said they will be full of oil when you prime the engine ?? But to adjust its easyer to have them full is that tru?
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Old 02-22-2013, 03:45 PM
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ohyeh i heart the man say in the video if there is a number on the carb what says:9635sa its a 600cfm.. it that right??
625 cfm in 3 of my GM books, and 650 in my Mopar book with #9365sa

Wezz just install the lifters! Or maybe you did and your friend adjusted them for you? Its just as easy to adjust pumped up as it is not! I just don't like to pump my lifters up

Don't forget the break in lube on the bottoms of the lifters!

Your intake looks nice

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Ok jester. But i cant understand why 4 lifters wont get hard ... The rest is hard i cant push it in .. Is that bad ? And i did. Blow in the little hole with te airpistol is that bad ?? Btw today h finisht the gift for you tomorro its going to the postoficee
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Old 02-22-2013, 04:13 PM
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Ok jester. But i cant understand why 4 lifters wont get hard ... The rest is hard i cant push it in .. Is that bad ? And i did. Blow in the little hole with te airpistol is that bad ?? Btw today h finisht the gift for you tomorro its going to the postoficee
Don,t blow in the holes LOL its BAD if the oil gets in your eyes LOL some lifters wont pump up just soaking them, they have to be manually compressed and released while submerged in oil in order to draw in oil! They will load when you prime the engine!

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Valve stem

I made a pic of the valvestem with a straight line on it and its what your say earlyer .. It have a clearance .. Onley on 2 cilinders. Is that bad or will the rockerarms adjust it ?
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Old 02-22-2013, 06:29 PM
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That looks really close, use feeler gauges and measure the gap on the 2, and post the measurement. It looks close but I can't tell with my old eyes LOL

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Ok i will do that tommorro. First i have to go to. The post office haha the lifters are in the oil now good?
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You don't have to soak them! Just coat the sides with oil and put break in lube on the bottoms and put them in the lifter bores

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Haha ow on a few post earlyer you said some lifters. Wont pump up just soaking them .. Haha but uh when the engine has run .. And i take the lifter after running out. Will they be hard ? Like you cant push them jn bu hand
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Haha ow on a few post earlyer you said some lifters. Wont pump up just soaking them .. Haha but uh when the engine has run .. And i take the lifter after running out. Will they be hard ? Like you cant push them jn bu hand
No, some will bleed down because of spring pressure and you will be able to compress them a little (soft) and some with no spring pressure will stay pumped up and be hard!

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So. Just put them in with some lube. And it wil be fine ?
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Rods

I was looking at the pushrods you send me for what is the upperside. But i dont see it .. I saw the holes are all different .. Is that bad.
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Old 02-25-2013, 09:52 AM
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I was looking at the pushrods you send me for what is the upperside. But i dont see it .. I saw the holes are all different .. Is that bad.
They will be fine Wezz. it doesn't matter what end goes up.

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Okay jester. Today you package with the suprise is. In the air haha . So hope it arives
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