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Old 11-18-2014, 08:28 PM
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sorry but i'm editing your post to fix picture locations. Its much easier to read you post without the picture throwing around the text. Just FYI
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Thank you XPBR2000, still figuring it out, looked good on computer...
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Thank you XPBR2000, still figuring it out, looked good on computer...
No problem. I didn't want you to see the "edited by xpbr2000" without knowing.

Some browsers are weird they word wrap some stuff where it looks fine but on other browsers it doesn't Screen resolution also has an impact.

No worries. Keep up the good work. I like seeing these hybrid builds
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The exhaust lift will be .473 and the intake will be .449.

To find those numbers you just take your cam lift and multiply it by the rocker ratio. In your case 1.6 The numbers on your picture for valve lift is definitly for 1.5 rockers.

You cam is definitely a tad more aggressive on the lift then mine. Ill recheck the numbers but as of now I wouldnt run the car with that cam and those rockers if you keep your current stock springs. You dont want it to bind up and bend pushrods...exc. I would go look for some info over at 60degreev6,com. I dont wana steer ya in the wrong direction.

Also have you got your custom pushrods yet for the set up? If your using a iron block 3.4l your rods should be the same as mine are. Ill have to dig up my numbers and post them so you can use them as a reference but i would still double check the numbers on your car once you get the head bolted down to the block.
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Alrighty guys, been a minute but still working on this, don't give up hope as I'm not! I now have everything together on the lower half of the block, oil pan, timing cover, water pump, pulleys, sensors, etc. Now for what I need input on, stiffer springs for the 3400 heads, make & part #'s please? Also, fasteddi, you mentioned you have measurements for the custom pushrods? I am using a 3.4L iron block with the 3400 heads, no decking the block or shaving of the heads will be done, no machine shop in my area and things look good with a straight edge. Using fel pro gasket set for the 3400 upper. Sooo, stiffer springs & part #'s please? And possible custom pushrods and measurements? Where can I order custom pushrods from? I know about wot-tech but not sure if they are still in the business, haven't heard back when I've tried communicating with them, phone calls or e-mails. I would prefer to get the pushrods from somewhere else, Milzy Motorsports maybe? I think they might be the affiliated with Wot-Tech though. Thanks for the help & I will post pics soon...
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One more thing, I take it I won't be using the pushrod guide plates from the 3.4L or the 3400? 3.4's are attached to the heads, and the 3400's are attached to the block, neither seem compatible. So I went with the Comp 26986 springs from Summit, pretty sure they'll more than do the job.
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I would go through wot-tech for anything in the valve train. They're awesome to deal with.
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Hey Y'all, just thought I'd check in & let you know, yes, I am still working on this project. I have one head ported & polished, just need to clean up & lap the valves, then re-install everything, put the head on the block, etc., so I can measure pushrod lengths. It seems pretty easy... but, is there anything I should be aware of when measuring? I know to soak the new lifters overnight in oil, and I have one of those adjustable pushrods for measuring, just curious about "valve lash" or things like that I might not take into consideration when measuring.
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thats great you're still wrenching on it. unfortunately idk about the valve lash. 3.8 are not adjustable rockers lol
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