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The end rockers need the outer corners radiused to clear the covers. You could also use a set of the inexpensive sheet metal covers. They have...
That was probably for machining purposes.
ARP head studs have a 3/16" hex broached in the end so you can set the heads and put the studs in after.
It's a Cam Dynamics. Call Crane. They used to produce them.
For taking the caps off. Put a bolt on each side and use pry-bars under the heads to pull the cap out.
It's very hard to get a good pattern on a used gear, especially if it was set up incorrectly in the first place. If you have the tools set the...
Type of rocker all depends on spring pressure and usage. Flat tappet cam, Crane or Hughes will be fine. Roller cam, Harlan Sharp or T&D would be...
.530 guide sound right but the valve stems are 11/32.
I like Clevite bearing guard for bearings and friction surfaces and Ackerly and Childs for pistons,pins and cylinder walls. Both are available...
And don't forget the pinion offset.
Common problem. Bottom tap all the bolt holes in the block and grind the extra length off the # 5 studs. Geuss ARP can't be bothered to make the...
SRP pistons are JE's economy line. They are high quality parts.
Looks like a Crane roller. 112 lobe separation. Check the numbers engraved with Cranes lobe catalog to see what the lobes are.
On a Hemi you have to be carefull. If the cup is too close to the rocker bottom the oil will hit the side of the pushrod and not go in the cup.
Milling the cap does 2 things. Most builders don't think about the second. It tightens the bottom half of the seal but it also pushes the top half...
They look like Dove or Indy's.
200 lbs on the seat is light for a 2.320 valve. Especially for a Hemi. How high did they spin it. Probably was in valve float.
Did they put oversized intake valves in? If so if you make the seat too thin they lose their press fit.
Go with the Edelbrock Victor Hemi head. They are a quality casting and flow plenty of air in cast form. Very nice head.