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5 months ago
loud41
Boy am I seriously glad I came here just in case I was doing something wrong. Turns out I absolutely was!! Thanks to all of you pitching in so soon, my Corvair is now looking to be its leak free self again!!! I was so confused, I hadn't even thought about getting those tubes mixed up. In fact, I was absolutely certain (for whatever reason) it wasn't even possible to get those tubes back
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5 months ago
loud41
HALLELUJAH! I hope you're right Brizo, cause that's the way they came out. Guess what I'm doing tomorrow........
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5 months ago
loud41
Yes they can only be installed in one direction (to my knowledge). Big end goes into the block, small end at the head. -Could the mating surfaces on my head be screwed? I checked them with a flashlight, and I didn't see any noticeable scars or gouges. They look round... Could all this oil be coming from somewhere else? The oil leaks down the back of the heads, collects under the valve cov
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5 months ago
loud41
Yeah I've been dealing with this leak for about a month now. I drive without the shrouds on any more to keep an eye on things.
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5 months ago
loud41
Hey guys! I have a 1963 Monza 900. I'm getting ready to sell the poor girl. It's a great car, apart from these blasted push rod tube leaks I can't seem to ditch! I'm turning to you guys because I'm pretty sure I'm doing these wrong, but not really sure where I'm going wrong. So, a little while back I had my heads off to get them soda blasted, new springs a
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8 months ago
loud41
So, I've been experiencing a spark plug wire dilemma with my '95 F150 lately. Those trucks (the v8's) suffer quite a bit from spark plug wire crossfire because cylinders 5, 6, 7 and 8 fire next to each other in the firing order. This causes a lot of seemingly mysterious misfire problems. This got me thinking. Are our Corvairs susceptible at all to crossfire? I mean, any more tha
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