Yes the hardcore 4x4 crowd does this on their rigs. My 4x4's aren't hardcore enough, but my next one will be.:yes:rhino line the heck out of the bottom of the car not sure how much rhinoliner cost but its worth it to protect the car from rusting even thinking of doing the inner pannels to so in case the heater core goes out again then the floors are double protected has any one done this before
that sounds kinda odd to me a 400 bloc is not set up for the factory rollar camalso the engine will be popped out for a much heftier 406 with vortech heads and cast crank i got this score from my brother in law i gotta get it aline bored and honed for the aftermarket main caps that where installed not sure what type of cam to use in it yet but i will ponder on this a while since it is machined for a factory roller cam so thinking roller and yes it is a 2 peice rear main seal block also thinking of what intake to get for it but yes im going bigger for sure lol
thanks for that you have to go about 10 pages in before you see anything
this is very true if you look at the spring specs on the comp cams retro style cams they are very low , i have found that this limets the high rpm , i found if you use the comp specs the upper limet is a little over 5 grand rpmI have heard of roller cams going flat too. Lift and spring pressure is what will kill any cam prematurely.