Anyone know of a source where I can get a set of valve springs (new or very good used) for a 226 in a "D" grader engine? Machine shop cant get any from their supply house and I'd hate to use the old wiped out weaklings and a stack of shims on a new rebuild Thank you
Re: WD 226 Cu. In. in a D grader valve springs needed in reply to graderhader, 07-29-2008 11:55:11
you can use 350 z28 springs just dont let the seat pressure go over 125 lbs by watching the install height . i know the book say 90 lbs seat for the correct police but the cam can handle it with no extra lobe wear .
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