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Old 08-06-2004, 02:09 PM   #11
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I have been thinking of picking up a L67 car to take apart. I think it would be fun... and useful!
And when you/we're done it could go in some lowly SE...
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Hell-freakin'-yeah!!! That'* just amazing work, Jay!!
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the L27 market just EXPLODED! I bet the Aussies are loving this, they just found another market!
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oh I'm sure they are! I'm still actively hunting more parts...curious about heads and intakes
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Would any of this stuff work on my 95??

Any suggestions for a cam that would make good low end power/torque but also have the flexibility to make power all the way to 6000 rpm (only if I got upgraded rockers and springs of course)
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oh I'm sure they are! I'm still actively hunting more parts...curious about heads and intakes
You mean intake manifolds right? What real engines use...
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Would any of this stuff work on my 95??

Any suggestions for a cam that would make good low end power/torque but also have the flexibility to make power all the way to 6000 rpm (only if I got upgraded rockers and springs of course)
Yeah it should work, I don't see why not. The power ranges are listed on the web page I posted for Crow Cams. Part #7741562 is good from 1800-6000rpm but probably has most of that towards the upper end of it.


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You mean intake manifolds right? What real engines use...
Haha yeah but recent info suggests that this isn't possible. Still looking and hoping though.
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Wow, this is amazing. I cant believe how much things are really coming together. good job :P
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Hmmm...*looks over at the undriven 94*

Do these Australians recommend any pushrods, springs, retainers, etc to go with the rockers?
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Sorry bout the delay, every so often I don't get email updates on threads...

I didn't see any specifics on it I wouldn't assume there is much of an issue. If you're interested I want them, so does another gentleman, you'll make 3 and we'll only be 2 short of the group buy discount. All this *wah wah* about not having performance parts for Series I...BUY THEM! hahah
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