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Old 04-08-2008, 06:23 PM   #11
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so then the block should be a 93 as originally thought then.

so when intense gets those rockers, i will be good. ( the main reason i started this thread)

what was the difference in the rocker studs between the 92 and 93 heads?
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I don't get your logic. It'* the heads that matter, not the block. I wouldn't assume they're original to each other. It'* stud size that matters. 93 and newer Series 1 are 3/8" stud, 92'* are 5/16". Or did I get that backwards? Pretty sure it'* right. I can check when I get home. I have about 3 or 4 sets of S1 valvetrains floating around.
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I don't get your logic. It'* the heads that matter, not the block. I wouldn't assume they're original to each other. It'* stud size that matters. 93 and newer Series 1 are 3/8" stud, 92'* are 5/16". Or did I get that backwards? Pretty sure it'* right. I can check when I get home. I have about 3 or 4 sets of S1 valvetrains floating around.
you are correct, i should have been more specific. but i do believe everything to be original. but as you said, i dont want to assume, you know what the say happens when you ASSume.

i guess i was thinking the block would be easier to trace. idk, i am curious to know for both really, but rockers are the only reason i have that matters as far as fitment issues.
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