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Are these heads/intake from an 8.1 or ls7???

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Old 05-10-2006, 06:12 PM   #1
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here is a link to the pictures. what blocks will these heads/intake fit?

http://groups.msn.com/8100headsintake/shoebox.msnw
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Old 05-10-2006, 07:47 PM   #2
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looks like 8.1 to me...
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definitely 8.1L
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what block(s) will these heads fit? will they only fit an 8.1?
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Yeah they will only fit the 8.1 because it is the "big block" of today. It's the only one of its size that I know of.
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I would assume only 8.1's. They are big block heads aren't they?
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Old 05-10-2006, 11:46 PM   #7
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yes, they are big block heads. when i bought them i was told that they would fit any big block that was 91-up. but it seems that this is not the case??
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The 8.1 has been around a while, I dont think those will fit a 454 though and thats what was used early 90's, but they will fit any late model big block, the key phrase is big block
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Are there any places I can get info on the 8.1?
Is it based off the Gen 3/4 design, or it more based upon the original BBC?
It would be amazing if they had Gen 3/4 architecture(6 bolt mains, firing order...).
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I believe the 8.1 is GEN III stuff.
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The 8.1's don't really have anything in common with Gen IIIs or Gen IVs
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head design is similiar, it shares common design trends
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The design trends stop at the intake port!!!
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It ain't 454 bolt on so what would you call it? It's the next generation as far as big block stuff goes.
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its the gen III big block.. it has about as much in common with the LS1s as the SBC have in common with the BBC.
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