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Post  cool40 on August 17th 2011, 8:58 pm

Lem Evans wrote:Cool40, at this rate you may become as cool as Fabio and Hobbs. Shocked Laughing
i dont have the paint job to be cool as Fabio and my hair is too thin to keep up with Dano.............well shit,i may as well give up now,thanks Lem Sad
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Post  BOSS 429 on August 18th 2011, 12:42 am

the Coug wrote:Lee I have the cam for you ....... it is 836/830 288/316 @.050 on a 116* Wink



Thats a good cam
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Post  cool40 on August 18th 2011, 11:07 pm

BOSS 429 wrote:
the Coug wrote:Lee I have the cam for you ....... it is 836/830 288/316 @.050 on a 116* Wink



Thats a good cam
i have one on the way with a little less @.050 and less split. Very Happy
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Post  Wheelie58 on August 19th 2011, 11:18 pm

Your engine is very...very similar to my 605. I am not sure what pushrod you are planning on, but with a 1.8 rocker and a 1/2" pushrod, you for sure need to elongate the pushrod holes. I see you have 1.75...and that may help...
You are going to be very happy with this combo. I shyed away from a 4.75 arm for perceived durability and low maintenance. In the last 4 seasons, the 605 has consumed 2 sets of valve springs (just replaced due to testing and inspection) and a worn out roller lifter. I kinda have a record keeping snafu...but it has about 453 runs on it. The crankcase vacuum is getting a little low. I am sure it is tired, but it runs fine and does not smoke or leak. I think that I will speed up the vacuum pump and let it run!
Take your time...double check everything....and you will be another happy 605 owner.
Congrats!
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Post  cool40 on August 19th 2011, 11:36 pm

Wheelie58 wrote:Your engine is very...very similar to my 605. I am not sure what pushrod you are planning on, but with a 1.8 rocker and a 1/2" pushrod, you for sure need to elongate the pushrod holes. I see you have 1.75...and that may help...
You are going to be very happy with this combo. I shyed away from a 4.75 arm for perceived durability and low maintenance. In the last 4 seasons, the 605 has consumed 2 sets of valve springs (just replaced due to testing and inspection) and a worn out roller lifter. I kinda have a record keeping snafu...but it has about 453 runs on it. The crankcase vacuum is getting a little low. I am sure it is tired, but it runs fine and does not smoke or leak. I think that I will speed up the vacuum pump and let it run!
Take your time...double check everything....and you will be another happy 605 owner.
Congrats!
Keith
i have'nt got pushrods yet,realy should be thinking about it i guess.lol.i got the cam now so i'm gona be checking v/c and such so maybe i can get a figure on the pushrods too.i'm gona be happy with having a 4bolt block! the old dove block has sure been good to me in my little motor tho.i'll be giving you a call for a few parts soon maybe. Very Happy
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Post  56Tbird on August 21st 2011, 2:53 pm

Lee ,you were pushing the limits of a 2 bolt block for sure. The oiling system is so much better on the aftermarket blocks too. You'll have peace of mind with the new block. It'll be very interesting to see what your new combo will run in your car? Good luck with it!! king
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Post  cool40 on August 21st 2011, 9:38 pm

56Tbird wrote:Lee ,you were pushing the limits of a 2 bolt block for sure. The oiling system is so much better on the aftermarket blocks too. You'll have peace of mind with the new block. It'll be very interesting to see what your new combo will run in your car? Good luck with it!! king
thanks Dan! the car is another subject.lol.i dont know how long i can keep this ladderbar deal hooked up but i do know the cage has got to have a makeover.i may just sell out and start over. Surprised
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Post  Nevs on August 21st 2011, 10:59 pm

cool40 wrote:
56Tbird wrote:Lee ,you were pushing the limits of a 2 bolt block for sure. The oiling system is so much better on the aftermarket blocks too. You'll have peace of mind with the new block. It'll be very interesting to see what your new combo will run in your car? Good luck with it!! king
thanks Dan! the car is another subject.lol.i dont know how long i can keep this ladderbar deal hooked up but i do know the cage has got to have a makeover.i may just sell out and start over. Surprised

I've got a project car that needs to be finished. '98 Mustang, 25.4 cert, 4 link, strut,etc., all Hairy Glass except for the roof and door jambs. Let me know if your interested, it needs a good home. From what I've seen of your work, you wouldn't have a problem finishing it.
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Post  cool40 on August 22nd 2011, 1:22 am

Nevs wrote:
cool40 wrote:
56Tbird wrote:Lee ,you were pushing the limits of a 2 bolt block for sure. The oiling system is so much better on the aftermarket blocks too. You'll have peace of mind with the new block. It'll be very interesting to see what your new combo will run in your car? Good luck with it!! king
thanks Dan! the car is another subject.lol.i dont know how long i can keep this ladderbar deal hooked up but i do know the cage has got to have a makeover.i may just sell out and start over. Surprised

I've got a project car that needs to be finished. '98 Mustang, 25.4 cert, 4 link, strut,etc., all Hairy Glass except for the roof and door jambs. Let me know if your interested, it needs a good home. From what I've seen of your work, you wouldn't have a problem finishing it.
first things first,lol,price? i dont want to ask for details if i cant afford it.lol pm if youd like.thanks
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Post  cool40 on September 11th 2011, 9:58 pm

got a little more done today.these push rod holes are a PIA! maybe its a shaft rocker thing,it's fixed now.lol. what size should p/r's be? 7/16 or 1/2?eliminator 605 - Page 2 Rocker11 eliminator 605 - Page 2 Rocker12
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Post  Lem Evans on September 12th 2011, 8:48 am

7/16" .165" wall will do a good job.

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Post  cool40 on September 12th 2011, 6:35 pm

Lem Evans wrote:7/16" .165" wall will do a good job.
i'll call you when i get the length. Very Happy
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Post  cool40 on September 12th 2011, 7:10 pm

got my new "J Y Kelly Pro Baller series"oil pan today! Very Happy eliminator 605 - Page 2 Oil_pa10
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Post  Lem Evans on September 12th 2011, 7:45 pm

Green oil and methanol approved cheers

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Post  138 on September 12th 2011, 7:45 pm

cheers ... I wont be able to sleep or feel complete until I have a set of them there kentucky valve covers and one of those pans....dry sump Basketball

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Post  cool40 on September 12th 2011, 9:06 pm

138 wrote: cheers ... I wont be able to sleep or feel complete until I have a set of them there kentucky valve covers and one of those pans....dry sump Basketball
i'd do some v/c's but the rockers are so damn close to the top rail i'm sure i'll be make'n them.
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Post  cool40 on October 25th 2011, 12:50 am

not much progress,ran into some v/c issues so i'm on hold for now.may need to cut the heads to get compression up more.eliminator 605 - Page 2 Piston10
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Post  138 on October 25th 2011, 1:50 am

Any regrets so far with going to that big of a chamber?

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Post  cool40 on October 25th 2011, 7:42 pm

138 wrote:Any regrets so far with going to that big of a chamber?
i cc'd them and got 95cc's with ti valves.i'm gona take .050 off the heads to get what i can but the chamber size is what it is.it'll still have well over 14.1 so all is well just not how it shoulda worked out to get it that way. Wink
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Post  cool40 on April 22nd 2012, 12:23 am

well...........i got the heads ready to go on! rocker stands welded,ready for some pushrods and head gaskets.THANKS to Lem for the cool ring compressor Very Happy i dont know how i got by without one!eliminator 605 - Page 2 Plugs_10 eliminator 605 - Page 2 Plugs_11
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Post  dfree383 on April 22nd 2012, 12:38 am

Need to smooth those edges out a little.
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Post  cool40 on April 22nd 2012, 12:46 am

dfree383 wrote:Need to smooth those edges out a little.
i had the heads cut .050 and still gota check v/c again.the point in between the valves,in the head chamber,is hitting the dome on the piston a little so........i got more than edges to smooth. Laughing
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Post  Barney on April 22nd 2012, 12:48 am

looks good...
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Post  cool40 on April 22nd 2012, 12:49 am

i ended up with pac springs. anybody use them? Suspect
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Post  Barney on April 22nd 2012, 12:55 am

i use Nextek polished springs, but to be honest im of the beliefe a lot of springs are manufactured by the same company. i dont have any experience with pac springs personally, but a few of my friends have used them with good results.
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