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Edelbrock TOP-END KIT #2091 367HP/340 LB-FT OF TORQUE I

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Old 12-10-2013, 07:08 PM   #1
Join Date: Jul 2011
Vehicle: 1965, ford, mustang
Location: TX
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Default Edelbrock TOP-END KIT #2091 367HP/340 LB-FT OF TORQUE I

Hello all I was able to get this kit still NIB from a guy who was needing cash for $800 so I couldn't pass on it. I have a 65 coupe, stock 289, C4 and 2:79 open rear. Haven't done any upgrades to motor yet and figured this was perfect for the money. I have upgraded to dual Flowmasters exhausts with tri-Y hedders. All front and rear suspension upgraded to grab-a-trax and I have dual master front disc brakes. The 289 is matching numbers. My plans for the motor b4 I came across the Eddy kit was to keep it original, remove it and drop in a crate 347. But that was going to be later down the road when I saved up enough. Here's a list of all the parts in the Eddy kit:
7122 Performer RPM Hydraulic Flat Tappet Cam & Lifters
60229 (2) Performer RPM Cylinder Heads, complete
6991 Timing Cover Gasket and Seal Set
7364 Cylinder Head Gasket Set
7521 RPM Air-Gap 302 Intake Manifold
8524 Intake Manifold Bolt Kit
8552 Cylinder Head Bolt Set
7820 Performer-Link Timing Set
The 289 still seems strong so I really don't want to have to pull it to rebuild the bottom end so my question to u guys is this:
Can i run the Eddy heads and intake with stock cam?
I was planning on getting some Comp Cams 1:6 roller rockers and hardened push rods.
Will the stock lifters be ok with the hardened push rods?
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