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Rebuild or replace heads?

PBnf

Member
Joined
Jan 10, 2005
Messages
18
Location
Alma, AR
Corvette
1990 Polo White Coupe
I have a 1990 coupe with the L-98 engine. After getting the car tuned up my mechanic told me that he did a compression check and some of the cylinders are low. He followed this with a wet check to see if it was rings or valves. It turned out to be the valves. So at some point in the near future I'm either going to have to rebuild the stock heads or get new ones. I was wondering what some you you might think? Also, what other worthwhile mods can I do once I get the heads off? The car is basically stock, except for a K&N air filter and muffler eliminators. Thanks
Paul
 

Z07coupe

Well-known member
Joined
Dec 31, 2004
Messages
76
Location
Lenexa, Kansas
Corvette
1992 Z07 coupe:1993 Ruby coupe: 1990 Racer
Go to www.eportworks.com Look over the site. Decide exactly what you want in your new engine- lots of low end torque, easy to drive on the street. If you have an automatic, etc. Then call Lloyd and talk to him. You are at the threshold of a new day. Be wise and plan ahead.
 

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