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Old 11-24-2006, 03:02 AM   #91
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nate, i shipped those heads to OH i believe, sold them to a guy on ClubGP
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Old 11-24-2006, 03:06 AM   #92
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nate, i shipped those heads to OH i believe, sold them to a guy on ClubGP
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harofreak00 (1:00:51 AM): wtf are you talking about.. shiping heads?harofreak00 (1:00:59 AM): i shipped heads to a guy on clubgp
LakevilleSSEi (1:01:33 AM): didn't know
harofreak00 (1:01:44 AM): what are you talking about then
LakevilleSSEi (1:01:56 AM): i only knew of the ones u gave me that i ended up shipping
harofreak00 (1:02:14 AM): ohhhh. those
LakevilleSSEi (1:02:15 AM): ya
harofreak00 (1:02:29 AM): well i did some others also
LakevilleSSEi (1:03:09 AM): guess so lol
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How long have those heads been sitting? Any rust? Valves still free?
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How long have those heads been sitting? Any rust? Valves still free?
prolly close to 2 yrs....everything was good and free last summer when I took them to Marty'*.
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Food for thought... visible differences between 92 & 93 L67 are minimal.

Different bolts (no collar and thread size), guide plates (do the 93 cradle the pushrods like this?) , and depression around the oil drain hole above the spring.











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I'll get some comparison shots up in the morning.
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here are my 93 SSE SC heads. Going to look at the old 93 SSEi heads and the new motor that'* in the car (since i am not sure if it is a 92 or 94 motor)




Would it be worth $40 for a set of 94/95 heads, or are just the roller rocker portion needed from them?

And will L27 parts fit L67 for atleast the roller rocker portion?
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sII, completely different game
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Mac, those will fit a Series 1 about as well as baby shoes will fit you.

JF, the heads are what you want IF you intend to upgrade rockers. The 94/95 Rollers from an L67 or 93/94 rollers from an L27 will bolt right to it yours. Both the SSE/SC
and SSEi will have non-rollers for 93.

Looking at those parts in your pic, they look like they've been deep-fried. Did that car
overheat or go too long between oil changes at some point?
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