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Will it bolt up?

I was wondering if a set of late model cylinder heads would fit an older model 350ci V8 engine?

It's a set of Vortech heads, casting number 862.

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Nope... Those are Gen III heads for the 4.8,5.3,6.0 engines
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Ok, thanx
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I thought they would bolt up but require a different intake and exhaust because of the angles. Am I wrong about this? Cant I have ever tried it.
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I thought they would bolt up but require a different intake and exhaust because of the angles.

According to www.Mortec.com

That head is for the Gen III series .......so they will not work......if they were the 96 - 97 type Vortec head........they would work with a Vortec type fastburn intake.....

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