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With the pump housing in hand, facing the same way (so you can see them) They go out of synch as soon as they are turned anyways.
Posted on Jun 12, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 350 chevy small block
Aftermarket intake, camshaft and either a good set of heads or port/polish what you have. If you go with a cam, go with more adv. duration and duration and .050. I like running a .525 lift, .230 dur. @ .050 and .292 advertised duration. Get a good set of springs and valves. This cam should get your redline around 6200. If you're using this engine on the street, I prefer the Performer RPM with a 1" spacer. This provides plenty of velocity to the heads. If you can find a set of camel hump heads, casting number 041 you'll love those or have your heads ported. I'd run a Edlebrock 1407 carb. with this set up if you're using it on the street. If you're using this engine for strip duty as well, use a single plane intake like a Victor Jr. Professional Products have a nice selection of single plane intakes for a very low price. I've bought one myself and really liked it.
Posted on Jun 22, 2008
It depends if you have a high volume oil pump or a factory one but either way if your pressure is between 35 psi to 60 psi you have no problem this is at road speed your oil pressure at idle should at least 25 and 30 would be better
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
you can trim the corners off the timing cover at the bottom and pop in place it is better loosen oil pan bolts as much as you can with out taking then out in back and sides remove front bolts pry lightly on front sides to set gap pop in cover replace bolts use plenty rtv do not over tighten use jack stands
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
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