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Very nice picture, how can I upload these?
You want to save pictures other people are posting? Or you want to upload your own pictures so everyone else can see them??
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Im trying to figure out how to ask a question. Bare with me , new to the forum. Does anyone know if i can install a set of cast #62 72 cc heads with ram air iv tulip valves on an "economy" 265 h.p.400 engine that has 8.5:1 compression. This engine came with a 2 barrel, previous owner swapped to a quadrajet. Im sure the heads will bolt up i just dont know how this engine will respond to these heads. Any advise would be appreciated, Chuck
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Im trying to figure out how to ask a question. Bare with me , new to the forum. Does anyone know if i can install a set of cast #62 72 cc heads with ram air iv tulip valves on an "economy" 265 h.p.400 engine that has 8.5:1 compression. This engine came with a 2 barrel, previous owner swapped to a quadrajet. Im sure the heads will bolt up i just dont know how this engine will respond to these heads. Any advise would be appreciated, Chuck
Hey Chuck, you'd have a better chance of getting your question aswered if you were to start a new thread in this section of the forums.

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