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Old 02-04-2013, 03:35 PM
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Here are a couple of websites in Holland, LILYPADSPEEDSHOP and
Perry´sRodShop.

Try contacting either one to get more local help.

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Old 02-04-2013, 04:13 PM
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There ya go! Horsepower is alive and well in Holland, looks like.
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Old 02-04-2013, 04:22 PM
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Just got back! Sorry Wezz, they closed I didn't make it in time I'll go back in the morning! If you still need it? I read the last few posts, I see there may be help in Holland for you!

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thnx jester il still need it .. becouse i already know what they wil say is i cal one of those shops .. o yeah we have to order it . i m waiting always so long for the shipping so thanx jester iil wait for you to go to the shop ps the video i have is a mpeg or somthig like that so not a utube video and i dnt have a utube acount also i have made a few pics i saw the machine shop has grinded the tip of the valvestem too.. good news? and oyeah i hold the rockerarm like it has to on the upcoming pic .. right?
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pics

here the pics also 1 from my block
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here the pics also 1 from my block
The small amount that's removed from the tip of the valve won't hurt anything. It more or less offsets the valve seat in the head being a bit deeper and the valve's seat a bit thinner when the valve job was done. So the overall difference equals out. More or less.

I see you have exhaust valve rotators on the heads. Shouldn't be a problem with the springs the cam you have calls for.
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thnx jester il still need it .. becouse i already know what they wil say is i cal one of those shops .. o yeah we have to order it . i m waiting always so long for the shipping so thanx jester iil wait for you to go to the shop ps the video i have is a mpeg or somthig like that so not a utube video and i dnt have a utube acount also i have made a few pics i saw the machine shop has grinded the tip of the valvestem too.. good news? and oyeah i hold the rockerarm like it has to on the upcoming pic .. right?
Wezz, If my local parts store doesn't carry it, I would have to order it,and then wait, if their warehouse doesn't have it! it will be a week before I place my order to Summit and my orders big on a semi not U.P.S. so it takes longer! And then I have to postal it to you.

At least call your supplier and see if they can get it and how long it will take and let me know! If you really need my help or not? you may be able to get it before me LOL.


Was your machine work done by a shop close to you?????

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@ painted jester No its not to far from
Here and thnx i will cal a few shops today maybe thay have a tester @ cobalt i understand the story about the valves Min and more wil catch eachother up. .but the story about the spring is not clear for me jet .
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Old 02-04-2013, 11:59 PM
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I get parts from Summit delivered by iparcel in a week.
With iparcel your shipping and taxes are paid when you submit your order.

I was thinking that you could call those people in Holland and get advise in your language.

Or you could sign up here Rod´nSods.co.uk and I´ll get you in contact with a rodder in Holland.
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Old 02-05-2013, 12:06 AM
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But you guys are helping me out already so dont need the people in holland haha
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@ cobalt i understand the story about the valves Min and more wil catch eachother up.
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No worries. The "exhaust rotators" are the special valve spring retainers used to make the valves not wear as rapidly when using unleaded petrol.

In engines that will see high rpm these rotators are removed and replaced with retainers like are on the intake valves. But with your cam, you don't need to worry about this.

Are the springs stock? Not to bring up something else to worry about, but it is always better to replace the stock springs with new springs recommended for the cam you're using. I apologize if this has already been covered.

Has the valve spring installed height been verified?
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Old 02-05-2013, 09:45 AM
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Hi yes they are stock springs But there is a spring inside the spring .. Is that normal? Btw they say on the edelbrockweb its also good enough to usr stock springs. With te performer plus.
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Hi yes they are stock springs But there is a spring inside the spring .. Is that normal? Btw they say on the edelbrockweb its also good enough to usr stock springs. With te performer plus.
The inner spring is called a "damper". Its job it to keep the spring from vibrating. At certain engine rpm, these vibrations can cause the spring to not work right, or to even break.

From Valve Spring Installation - Mopar Muscle Magazine


"At the bottom we have a typical single spring with damper, actually a factory 440 Magnum piece. This is not to be confused with a dual spring, above, which carries another true inner spring in addition to the main spring, and usually a damper."
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Okay so the lower is better but not needed for me?
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Old 02-05-2013, 10:17 AM
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Okay so the lower is better but not needed for me?
The dual spring is not needed, a dual spring is for a BIG camshaft.
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