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Lt1 & LS1 corvette heads

Do both heads have reversed cooling and will this present a problem by installing these heads on a 1979 or 1990 350. I thank you for your previous answer that they willfit on a early 350 as long as I change the intake
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The LT1 motor is the first motor with reversed cooling.but it will work just fine just use the rite intake and make sure you bleed all the air out of the system.

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You should be fine i belive only one head is reversed

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Displacement: 350 cubic inches, 5733 cubic centimeters, 5.7 liters
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Stroke: 3.48"
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1996 LT4 Corvette: 330bhp, 340lb-ft
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93-95 LT5 Corvette: 405bhp, 385lb-ft
93-95 LT1 F-Body: 275bhp, 325lb-ft
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