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Old 05-17-2005, 09:23 PM   #1
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does anybody what i have to do to get my ls6 intake to fit with milled .55 60cc ls6 heads? getting ready to install next week and i read that the intake bolt holes have to be ground down? is this true? and if so how much?
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you have to notch the holes at each end.call LPE or PM Ed Potter.they'll let you know exactly what you need to do.
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Is that for any milled heads or anything under 61CC?
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Is that for any milled heads or anything under 61CC?
not any milled heads,just ones that have a lot milled off of them,like .055 .mine were milled .045 and i'll probably have to notch the bolt recesses too.
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whoops,i just noticed you didn't say what heads you had,i assumed they were the GMPP ls6 heads,that's why i said to call LPE.
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How much compression does that give you? What length pushrods are you gonna use?
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11.2:1 compression. gmpp calls for 7.350 pushrods
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id like to know this too because i plan to mill mine in the future
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