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    racerjc is offline Registered User Visit my Photo Gallery
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    Car Year, Make, Model: 84 Thunderbird

    Question hydraulic to solid


    Are their any modifications that need to be made to oil passages on a 351w block (72) when switching from hydraulic flat tappet to mechanical flat tappet?

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    Car Year, Make, Model: 66 c 10 fleetside longbed

    I do not think so.............
    Its gunna take longer than u thought and its gunna cost more too(plan ahead!)

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    Car Year, Make, Model: 66 mustangFB, 69 econline Drag Van

    nope everything will fit up fine as long as you buy parts for your engine.... unless you were going to goto a roller cam
    just because your car is faster, doesn't mean i cant outdrive you... give me a curvy mountain road and i'll beat you any day

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