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    Senior Member Rookie 64GunPilot's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Supercharged111 View Post
    Bottom ends are the same, so aluminum heads will get your compression up where the F bodies are stock. You'll definitely want to change the cam too because it will come in low on HP and waaaayy hot on torque.
    Huge thank you to Morgan for saving the day. Got his heads, and Monday they'll go into the machine shop. I've had a bunch of various LT1 parts in my bins for over a decade. A little surface corrosion, but I have some LT1 cams that should be good to go. Hoping to have the car ready by the end of October.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 64GunPilot View Post
    Huge thank you to Morgan for saving the day. Got his heads, and Monday they'll go into the machine shop. I've had a bunch of various LT1 parts in my bins for over a decade. A little surface corrosion, but I have some LT1 cams that should be good to go. Hoping to have the car ready by the end of October.
    I've always wondered if a machine shop can polish a cam the way they do a crank.
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