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    No need to pull heads to change the cam. Go big or go home lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by MidwestSS View Post
    cuz im gonna be lazy and not want to pull the heads to change the cam.
    Why would you need to pull the heads to change the cam????
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    never said i was msart guys LOL
    i thought you had to pull the heads to change the cam?
    told ya im a dummy LOL, and im not afraid to show my dumbness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MidwestSS View Post
    never said i was msart guys LOL
    i thought you had to pull the heads to change the cam?
    told ya im a dummy LOL, and im not afraid to show my dumbness.
    Cam slides right out the front of the motor. Take timing cover off. Spin cam to seat lifters. Run a small Dow rod into oil ports which will hold lifters in place. Take out one cam. Put in new cam. Reassemble. Easy

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    Quote Originally Posted by MidwestSS View Post
    never said i was msart guys LOL
    i thought you had to pull the heads to change the cam?
    told ya im a dummy LOL, and im not afraid to show my dumbness.
    Quote Originally Posted by Show&Go View Post
    Cam slides right out the front of the motor. Take timing cover off. Spin cam to seat lifters. Run a small Dow rod into oil ports which will hold lifters in place. Take out one cam. Put in new cam. Reassemble. Easy
    on the older carb'd motors you had to pull the heads on the ls blocks you dont have too, do what ian said and you'll be fine.
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    oh sweetness. see i learn a little something every day
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    yay first wave of parts that I have here are on thier way to Rex!
    oil pump, ls2 timing chain set w\gears and bolts, rockers and pedestals.
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    226/236 .610/.620 113 LSA
    is that better??
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    I'd get a for sure plan of exactly what you want, and get one spec'd.
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    Better but I would go bigger. I'm going 226/230 in my 5.3 lol

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