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364 Buick question (Old guys, step up.....)

General engine tech -- Drag Racing to Circle Track

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Re: 364 Buick question (Old guys, step up.....)

Post by PRH » Wed May 20, 2020 4:21 pm

Kevin Johnson wrote:
Tue May 19, 2020 8:23 pm
GLHS60 wrote:
Tue May 19, 2020 7:10 pm
Appreciate the reply Jack.

For some reason I had it in my mind the lifters didn't rotate.

Thanks
Randy
Page 490: Column 2, lines 3-8.

http://wildaboutcarsonline.com/members/ ... _Buick.pdf
Interesting read....... and seeing them talk about things like pressure recovery in those stock heads...... back in 1953.
I also liked that part about the cam design and the lifter pump up at 5300 for the intake valves, and 5500 for the exhaust........ with the springs set up at 62/144.

I wonder if they continued to use chilled iron lifters and steel camshafts for the entire production run of that engine family.
Somewhat handy with a die grinder.

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Re: 364 Buick question (Old guys, step up.....)

Post by GLHS60 » Thu May 21, 2020 1:24 am

View of the Buick XP 300 Engine mentioned in Kevin's link.

Gives an idea of what the Buick Engine guys were thinking.

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