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    American Heritage Perfrormance LLC
    Harbor City California
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    Corvette Specialty Shop
    We do All Mods.
    We are also a fully machine shop with top tier and meticulously maintained equipment

    Corvette and LS/LT engine specialty shop
    We do everything from General maintenance/service to full race builds.
    We are also a fully machine shop with meticulously maintained equipment
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  • Last Activity: Today 11:13 AM
  • Member Since: 09-28-2013


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  1. Bee Jay
    10-25-2017 01:15 PM
    Thanks kohl. I bought my 79 L-82 new in 79. The first thing I did was to gut the cat and enlarge the fuel filler to accept leaded gas nozzle. Maybe I'll locate a discarded 3" factory X pipe, gut it, and keep my X pipe all original.
    So reworking the factory heads is better than buying aftermarket heads? I'm new to the LS engine. I have an LS engine in my 300,000 mile 2002 GMC pickup. How come Chevy didn't use those valve guides?
  2. 04-29-2016 12:18 PM
    Hi , just checking to see if you shipped heads as I have not recieved shipping details
    need to cancel my install appointment for Monday if not?
    Let me know please.
    Chad Metcalf
  3. 09-15-2015 04:13 PM
    Hi I also want to enjoy my c6Z06 without the dropped valve problems. If I order the heads with the porting and milling process how much horsepower will it increase, more or less????
  4. sbrooks64
    08-09-2015 05:02 PM
    I am looking at replacing my LS7 heads. My car is a 2007 with 23k on it. I brought in April. What do you suggest. I'm not looking to race the car. I just want to enjoy it without the dropped valve problems. The most I would do is the Texas mile
  5. NiteriderFRC
    08-03-2014 07:19 PM
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