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    Mar 2004

    Re: Tired 420's - What are they worth

    mine is a gen V all gen V VI have 4 bolt mains the 330 has small oval port heads little valves, cast crank and pistons. I was able to put gen IV heads on my gen V you have to watch you have enough material on the block and head around the water jacket so you won't get water in the oil. It is a true that a set of large oval port heads with big valves flowed and ported will make some power.

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    Oct 2004
    medellin colombia, pablo escobar's lil town

    Re: Tired 420's - What are they worth

    Quote Originally Posted by rdoactive
    dean had a poblem with these aholes not standing behind an engine they built that had a problem, id keep looking instead of dealing with these bozos

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