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just took the valve covers off and noticed i have 333882 heads on my 350,
looking in david vizards book it states these were used on 1970 to 1976 400 engines,
mines a 77 350,
also, when i removed the intake manifold the engine looks red inside, all the others i've stripped were dark grey/blackish,
just found that they were used on 70 to 80 350 and 400 engines , got this from the nastyz28 site,
intake 1.94 exhaust 1.5 76cc head,
Re: 333882 heads,,should they be on my 350 (greatgonzoglenn)
I concur the Chevy Small Block Interchange Manual states that these heads are prone to cracking as KenSny stated in his reply. It also said that if you have these heads on your engine, get rid of them.
Re: 333882 heads,,should they be on my 350 (Oldguard 7)
all the sets i have aren't but they have been over heated real bad , think that
may be the weak link?? your correct some do crack real easy to see :eek:
most don't leak thats what gets me :skep: i do them for a cost thing ,alot of
people ain't got the $$$ to buy after market :banghead: