Question about 1998 Chevrolet Camaro
Don't attempt it without a manual with specs, you will need special tools like a torque wrench and an angle meter, you will have to get the head measured and probably resurfaced, also do it in a clean enviroment, and make sure all is spotless during reassembly, even a fingerprint on mating surfaces can cause premature failure of gaskets
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