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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 11-27-2014, 09:01 PM Thread Starter
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pushrods yes or no

Truck is now in shop for oil psi issue/no start. 164k good time to drop in some push rods? Whats anyones input on kind/experience with after market.they all claim to be the best.
.. truck is stock tuned arp blue spring ss valves egr delete with all other normal bullet proofing done. List goes on and on.......
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How much boost do you run at wot?

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Not a clue. Ordering a scan gauge or a bd gt this time around as well
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I don't see where you really need them. If you are going with a bigger cam, then sure, but stock valve train it's really not needed.

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I got bigger problems new engine needed says mines wore out wtf 164k
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Does it have low compression?

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Re: pushrods yes or no

Jgman how can you not yak just looking back at yourself. Those women or whatever they are can make a person want to run a ice pick through their own eyes.
That is absolutely disgusting !!

Yea I'm curious what happened myself. A bad camshaft is a death sentence with these engines. As well as a bad block deck from a cooling system that's been allowed to go to rust.
Well good luck chap I hope things work out for you.
If you wind up bulletproofing next engine look into surfacing and o-ringing the cylinder heads.
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Jgman how can you not yak just looking back at yourself. Those women or whatever they are can make a person want to run a ice pick through their own eyes.
That is absolutely disgusting !!

Yea I'm curious what happened myself. A bad camshaft is a death sentence with these engines. As well as a bad block deck from a cooling system that's been allowed to go to rust.
Well good luck chap I hope things work out for you.
If you wind up bulletproofing next engine look into surfacing and o-ringing the cylinder heads.
Get her going
Beauty is on the inside

By the way if anyone needs a cam I have a stock one laying around

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No push rods put in this time just happy engine is in one piece
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im with jgman haha i got a complete good engine for yah lol
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