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5one9

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I’ll be finding out on my junk build

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48Austin

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1964 Commercial, 1948 Austin, 58 Pan
I'm fingering that these aren't much good for more than stock rpm or a little above. I'm not thinnin Queeks Draw that this will handle aggresive cam profiles and higher rpm's.
 

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They aren’t top shelf.
 

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I looked at those but i could only get them in a 1.6 to 1, so i did a bit of searching and found a 1.7 to 1 set thats made for an ls1 has the same 1.450 fulcrum length and both valves on center.
Im in the process of cutting the second girdle mount now, (first girdle is complete and ready to mount).
If anyone wants dims just let me know.
My girdles came out a touch on the heavy side, ( 9 lbs each ) but in this case i didnt really mind, since a full length girdle should keep them all in line better.
 
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