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Comment by 1968 rs ss camaro on February 2, 2012 at 10:52pm
Camshaft Included Yes
Intake Manifold Included No
Timing Chain and Gears Included Yes
Lifters Included No
Gaskets Included Yes
Cylinder Head Style Assembled
Cylinder Head Material Aluminum
Cylinder Head Finish Natural
Combustion Chamber Volume (cc) 62
CNC-Machined Combustion Chamber No
Intake Runner Volume (cc) 195cc
CNC-Machined Intake Runner No
CNC-Machined Exhaust Runner No
Intake Port Location Standard
Exhaust Port Shape Square
Exhaust Port Location Standard
Spark Plug Style Angle
Intake Valves Included Yes
Intake Valve Diameter (in) 2.020 in.
Exhaust Valves Included Yes
Exhaust Valve Diameter (in) 1.600 in.
Valve Springs Included Yes
Outside Diameter of Outer Spring (in) 1.460 in.
Damper Spring Included Yes
Number of Springs Per Valve Dual
Retainers Included Yes
Retainer Material Chromoly steel
Locks Included Yes
Lock Style 7 degree
Valve Stem Seals Included Yes
Valve Stem Seal Style Viton® fluoroelastomer
Rocker Arms Included Yes
Rocker Arm Style Full roller
Rocker Arm Studs Included Yes
Rocker Arm Nuts Included Yes
Rocker Arm Nut Thread Size 3/8-24 in.
Guideplates Included Yes
Guideplate Pushrod Size 5/16 in.
Pushrods Included No
Valve Covers Included No
Valve Cover Mounting Style Perimeter bolt
Accessory Bolt H***s Drilled Yes
Valve Guides Included Yes
Valve Guide Material Bronze
Valve Seats Machined Yes
Valve Seat Machine Style 3-angle
Valve Seat Material Tungsten
Steam H***s Drilled No
Oiling Style Through pushrod
Machined for O-Ring No
Heat Crossover Yes
Cylinder Head Bolts Included Yes
Quantity Sold as a kit.
Comment by 1968 rs ss camaro on February 2, 2012 at 10:50pm
Actual Engine CID 355
Bore (in) 4.030 in.
Bore (mm) 102.362mm
Engine Stroke (in) 3.480 in.
Pistons Included Yes
Piston Rings Included Yes
Piston and Ring Oversize (in) 0.030 in.
Piston Material Forged aluminum
Piston Style Flat top, with two valve reliefs
Piston Head Volume (cc) +5.00cc
Wrist Pin Style Floating
Piston Ring Facing Material Plasmamoly
Crankshaft Included Yes
Crankshaft Material Forged 4340 steel
Rear Main Seal Style 2-piece
Balanced Yes
Engine Balance Internal
Connecting Rods Included Yes
Connecting Rod Material Forged 4340 steel
Connecting Rod Beam Style I-beam
Rod Bearings Included Yes
Rod Bearing Undersize (in) Stock
Rod Bearing Undersize (mm) Stock
Main Bearings Included Yes
Main Bearing Undersize (in) Stock
Main Bearing Undersize (mm) Stock
Cam Bearings Included No
Gaskets Included No
Oil Pump Included No
Camshaft Included No
Lifters Included No
Timing Chain and Gears Included No
Plastigage Included No
Assembly Lubricant Included No
Comment by 1968 rs ss camaro on January 26, 2012 at 10:51pm

thanks chiseum..hard work n countless hours with still so much to go...totally worth it tho!!

Comment by Chiseum Dent on January 23, 2012 at 12:31pm

Nice work on your ride '68. Its coming along beautifully. Hope you can find that piece you need without having to buy the wh*** thing. I like the intake its gonna look real good in yours.

Comment by 1968 rs ss camaro on January 21, 2012 at 12:16am

this is the new cold air intake system from spectre for classic muscle cars...this isnt the exact one i am working on getting but its generally the same idea.. makes an engine compartment come to life n look amazing..and more ponies to play with win win

Comment by 1968 rs ss camaro on January 21, 2012 at 12:14am

Comment by 1968 rs ss camaro on December 18, 2011 at 11:45pm

has anyone in here ever used a painless wiring kit to redo a first gen? i was just wondering if it came with the bulb housing for the taillights or if it was just blank ends you connect to existing ends? i guess it would probably be the same for a second gen to. any help would be awesome. thanks everyone

Comment by 1968 rs ss camaro on December 18, 2011 at 8:09pm

lol yea i suppose so!!!

Comment by Mike-in-MD on December 18, 2011 at 11:21am

Wow...nice timing....great Christmas persent for yourself!!!  :)

Comment by 1968 rs ss camaro on December 18, 2011 at 11:13am

been so long since i was on here i couldnt remember if i had posted all of my latest stuff....front suspension is done!!! got all of my glass and mounting hardware and all new window cranks...still need the stripping and the roofrail weatherstip chrome...somewhere i lost the connector for one of them and you cant buy just the connector anywhere! so i have to buy the wh*** dam thing for 200$. so if anyone has one in good shape lemme know!!



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