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Old 11-21-2006, 11:56 AM   #41
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Ok. Things are settling down. A careful look at some part numbers tells the story. John Wikoff suggested this last night:

92 Cylinder heads ARE different for the L27 and the L67 than any other year.

93-95 Cylinder heads are the SAME.
94 was the FIRST YEAR of roller rockers for the L67
93 was the FIRST YEAR of roller rockers for the L27
92 Rockers are NOT THE SAME as the 93 L67 non-roller rockers.

So I'm probably in good shape with the heads I have. I just have different rockers, but I DON'T have the 92 heads.

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Head
92: 24500363
93: 24501418
94: 24501418
95: 24501418 (L67) [24508132] (L36)

Rocker
92: 12328750
93: 12344051 (L27) 12535836 (L67)
94: 12344051 (L27) 12344051 (L67)
95: 12344051 (L67) [24503999] (L36)

Pushrod
92: 25532501
93: 25532501
94: 25532501
95: 25532501 [24504406] (L36)

Valvespring:
92: 12354124
93: 12354124
94: 12354124
95: 12354124 [12537174] (L36)

Lifter:
92: 05234670 17122490
93: 05234670 17122490
94: 05234670 17122490
95: 05234670 17122490 [17121905] (L36)
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wow cool info.....i can feel the weight being lifted off your budget
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Interesting....
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Though Pat'* look like rollers (and must be according to your info) since the bearings look curved, they appear to have a black edge and a different light gray color inside that. Different from JDBs which are shiny metal. But the pic isn't as revealing as if the valve cover was off.
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No poop. I was starting to line up some 94 heads.


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Though Pat'* look like rollers (and must be according to your info) since the bearings look curved, they appear to have a black edge and a different light gray color inside that. Different from JDBs which are shiny metal. But the pic isn't as revealing as if the valve cover was off.
Pat'* just look kinda dry to me.
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Pat, shoot another pic of the SLE with a bright flashlight helping the camera. With and without a flash.

You too, Pete.
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Pat, shoot another pic of the SLE with a bright flashlight helping the camera. With and without a flash.

You too, Pete.
Will do. Every shot I took last night cast a shadow on the bearing. I don't have much clearance to even see the bearing without a flashlight. Even then I don't have a good look.
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Quote:
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Pat'* just look kinda dry to me.
the car hasent been driven in 3 days that is why they look dry

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Pat, shoot another pic of the SLE with a bright flashlight helping the camera. With and without a flash.

You too, Pete.
will do....its raining
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Bear in mind the pedestal may very well be different too. So anyone with a 93 L67 wanting to upgrade for a mere 5hp may need the front and rear pedestals also.

I can't make out the part number cast into the pedestal on JDB'*, but you can JUST see it between the two rockers for the #3 cylinder.

Mine is 24501397. JDB, do you have another shot of that?
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I can verify what Bill just stated about the 93. Mines an early 93, had the solid rockers, and I tried the roller setup on the ORIGINAL motor and it all bolted up fine, and the aluminum spanner thing can be reused too.

One thing I did notice though on 92 L67 ...they have pushrod guideplates in them, and the balance shaft has a splash shield on it.
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