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Old 03-06-2017, 12:36 PM
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Default GMPP L88 aluminum heads and intake

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Price: $1500
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Part fits: 1st Gen (1967-1969), 2nd Gen (1970-1981)
Location (State/Prov): WA
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These are a set of GMPP L88 replacement heads for 454 + cube engines ( OK 427's too ) . Casting number Rectangular port 300 CC intake ports. Around 300 miles on the set and theyve never seent he high side of 6000 RPM. GM #19331428 . Casting number 12363401. 2.25/1.88 valves. Basically new. $1500 shipped CONUS for the pair. $200 more if you want a Vic Jr manifold along with it. Currently set up for solid flat tappet lifters up to .650". I can swap in new Lunati springs for up to .700" inch lift hydraulic rollers with 390 lbs open pressure for an additional $100. Put some power in your big block. These came on a project car I got from my dad that I am upgrading to $$$ AFR's. These are great heads for a under 500 cube engine and don't have the lazy ports of typical rectangular heads or the thin castings of original L88 heads. Still on the motor and I will be pulling them this week.

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Chevrolet Performance 19331428: BB Chevy Aluminum Cylinder Head, 118cc | JEGS

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Nice, those would be sweet on my pickup but no money for truck parts. lol
The Camaro is getting all the attention for now.
Bump for a nice set of heads,real nice!
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Take the big block out of your truck and drop it in the Camaro. Problem solved.
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Take the big block out of your truck and drop it in the Camaro. Problem solved.
Lol....love my LS so I think we'll just keep the RAT in the truck.
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Ive got a 2010 bumblebee Camaro I let my 17 YO son drive just because my dad bought me a '69 Camaro when I was 15 ( and they cost $900 at the time ) . My son keeps coming home telling me how he's faster than whatever Mustang etc. I tell him to drop a big block in that thing when he gets serious and blathers on about LS's. Torque man. Thats what its all about.
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Ive got a 2010 bumblebee Camaro I let my 17 YO son drive just because my dad bought me a '69 Camaro when I was 15 ( and they cost $900 at the time ) . My son keeps coming home telling me how he's faster than whatever Mustang etc. I tell him to drop a big block in that thing when he gets serious and blathers on about LS's. Torque man. Thats what its all about.
Well you can get an LS with 427 cubes these days so there's some torque monster LS engines out there.
The new ZL1 Camaro has 640hp/640tq bone stock,that ain't nut'n to sneeze at.
I have always like the big blocks though, had a 427 in my first Camaro I built back in the 1970's. Wish I still had that old '69 sometimes.
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My son tells me that too. Then I remind him that I can build a 1000 HP 9 second ( with a 3600 lb car ) 496-540 CID drivetrain with a transmission that will handle the power for under $10000.

Then he tells me other silly stuff that he has no clue about like how a new Camaro rear end will handle 700 HP. I dont know what his mother , my wife of 19 years , was drinking during that pregnancy.
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