Dismantling cylinder heads.

23rd July 2008









Paul | 24th July 2008 at 5:38 pm

Great Job !!!

Extremely well documented. I will following your project weekly. I have a 1967 Firebird, 400, convertible awaiting restoration (since I put it in storage in 1979..lol).

Keep up the great work.


firebird67 | 30th July 2008 at 12:59 am

Thank you!

… and get it out of storage!

John Hilton | 25th July 2008 at 7:47 am

Butler Performance built a 326 stroker for a Pontiac Le Mans on Muscle Car (Power Block).

I thought about doing the same, but opted for a 455 instead. I stroked the 318 in my ’94 Jeep Grand Cherokee (390), but won’t have it driveable until the middle of next week. I received a defective rocker stud that was not drilled end to end preventing oil flow.

firebird67 | 30th July 2008 at 1:08 am

I’ve just realised what Muscle Car (Power Block) is… Thank you! It’s really interesting.

I’ll probably be keeping stock displacement (if I can). Should be enough for me.

How’s the Cherokee doing now?

John Hilton | 30th July 2008 at 1:40 am

Just about every step has been a pain! But I’m very close. I’ve got all of the loose ends tied up, but can’t fire it up until I get my valve cover modified to allow clearance for the A/C system to be charged. The Mopar Performance valve covers aren’t as small as the stockers… So most likely won’t be able to drive it until the weekend!


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