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Old 02-15-2005, 08:43 PM   #1
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These heads were on my 350 motor when I bought the car. According to the Jeg's catalog, they come in 64cc and 70cc versions. Is there any way to tell which I have?

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You can tell by the part number, which I believe is stamped in the top of the head. Pull the vavle cover to find it.
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OK, there's a raised 6061 cast into the head. A couple of cylinders down, there's a small 8020 stamped into it. Does that help?
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6061 would indicate a set of 70c.c. Edelbrock Performer RPM angle plug heads heads.
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Dug out my old Edelbrock catalog and......6061 is a Performer RPM angled plug 70cc bare head. Hope this helps
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All right, thanks guys. I knew this was the right place to ask!!!!
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