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The AC C engine you have pictured..

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05-16-2011 09:45:25

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You had installed sbc valves...

Wondered if you used the original cam and how it did run.. I do valve-work, too...for myself and a select few..


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05-16-2011 11:43:01

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 Re: The AC C engine you have pictured.. in reply to BushogPapa, 05-16-2011 09:45:25  
My C has a Crane ground cam for the 3 7/16 inch piston and 4 inch stroke of the engine. I have the stuff to cut the seats as well as the stuff to face valves in my home shop. I have a mold building shop within my plastic factory with Three mills, two lathes working. two more that could be. I can mill heads and deck blocks here.
All of that is rough work compared to mold building. CNC pictures down in my fotki picture site.

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05-17-2011 09:36:25

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 Re: The AC C engine you have pictured.. in reply to Dick L, 05-16-2011 11:43:01  
Just amazing, the HP hidden under a plain old Valve...!!!

Mine is Snap-on valve Grinder, Blue Point Seat grinder... Going to have to up-date to New style Stones...can't get the old ones anymore.... Which do YOU prefer..?? B&D stones won't fit..


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05-17-2011 15:18:18

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 Re: The AC C engine you have pictured.. in reply to BushogPapa, 05-17-2011 09:36:25  
Souix Valve grinder and seat grinder. I buy the Souix stones. I watch and buy a job lot of stones and such on ebay. I have picked up some lots with some used and several new stones all for what one new stone would list for. I have not checked lately because I have a large supply.
My cutter tools for installing valve seats are kwik-Way.

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