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The Evolution engine (popularly known as Evo) is an air-cooled, 45-degree, V-twin engine manufactured from 1984 by Harley-Davidson for the company's motorcycles. It was made in the 1,340 cc (82 cu in) displacement for Harley-Davidson Big V-twins bikes, replacing the Shovelhead engine until 2000 when the last EVO ...
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The final Cutlass Supreme in 1996 featured a 204-cubic-inch, 215-horsepower, V6 engine. The engine should have a 10 yr life span.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Multi-Diag Access
The intake pushrods and exhaust pushrods are different lengths. To distinguish the different pushrods, paint has been used, although this paint may be hard to identify after prolonged use. The intake pushrods are color-coded orange and are 6 in. (152mm) long. The exhaust pushrods are color-coded blue and are 63/8in. (162mm) long.
You may be able to use them,there should be enough adjustment to make them work.FordMotorsports and Crane make a pushrod that is 8.640 which is what I used with those rockers.To check fit install 1 pushrod and 1 rocker on #1 cyl turn the engine over by hand 2 revolutions and then check and make sure the rocker tip is dead center on the valve,if it is you're good to go.
Try changing the oil in the car with 10w-40 and 1 bottle of Lucas Oil Stabilizer. The oil may be thinned out with the water causing it not to do it's job lubricating. Just substitute 1 quart of oil with the Lucas. If it doesn't change anything, remove the valve covers and check the pushrods for straightness. On that engine, the rockers are pedestal mount so you don't have to worry about setting valve lash. Just tighten them and go. I'm old school too. My daily driver is a 68 Mustang with a 331 stroker, competition prepped reverse pattern C-4 trans., rear gears are 4.11's, goes 11.81 @ 114mph., 1.71 60ft's.