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  1. #26
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    Default Re: SE stage 2 or TE stage 2

    The problem with Stage 2 heads is that if you're running an AC car, the head is missing the mounting boss for the rear attachment of the compressor mounting bracket. Is that a correct statement?

    Thanks,


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    1967 GS400
    1973 Gran Sport Stage 1 (parts car, unfortunately)
    1997 883/1200 Sportster Hugger

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  2. #27
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    Default Re: SE stage 2 or TE stage 2

    Quote Originally Posted by stagedgs View Post
    The problem with Stage 2 heads is that if you're running an AC car, the head is missing the mounting boss for the rear attachment of the compressor mounting bracket. Is that a correct statement?

    Thanks,


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    Yeah I read that in the TA catalog. I remember seeing it can be modified of tapped. Thats a great question as I am running ac during the summer months
    $$$* 1967 Buick GS 400 *$$$

    Joe M.

    1967 GS 400 sport coupe, frame off restomod BBB
    1967 Skylark sport coupe 340 peg leg. (has been laid to rest)
    1987 K5 Blazer Silverado 4x4,
    new 4 bolt main 350 , 700r4. restored for hunting only
    1999 GMC Sierra, 6.0 The work truck
    2015 Camaro 2SS, black on black. 426hp stock

  3. #28
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    Default Re: SE stage 2 or TE stage 2

    Hey Joe, The A/C install is very easy with a Stage 2 head.
    Next time we get together I will show you on my 69 Skylark.



    The video of your engine sounds very healthy, you are in for a surprise by the seat of
    your pants Bro.
    69Skylark 500cu in. 200r4/355 12bolt
    72LeSabre 455/200r4/342 Cruiser
    70GS455 Convertible Survivor!! 464/200r4
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    Default Re: SE stage 2 or TE stage 2

    Quote Originally Posted by nickwhite View Post
    Hey Joe, The A/C install is very easy with a Stage 2 head.
    Next time we get together I will show you on my 69 Skylark.
    Do you think you can post some PICs of your install?


    Thanks.



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    Mike

    1967 GS400
    1973 Gran Sport Stage 1 (parts car, unfortunately)
    1997 883/1200 Sportster Hugger

    GSCA #949
    Michigan Buick Performance Club
    BPG #1402

  5. #30
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    Default Re: SE stage 2 or TE stage 2

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Weise View Post

    Don't discount the use of a B4B/Performer with the STG 2 SE heads. for the sleeper look.. 550 HP with a very driveable combo is certainly available, add 30 or so to that for a hyd roller cam. I just did one and sent it to Nevada that had a dual plane intake, my normal bowl ported/chamber work STG 2's 413 roller cam, and it made like 580.. with a buttload of lower rpm torque. Sweet running motor, with enough cam lope so you can hear it, not so much that it's annoying.


    JW
    At what rpm did that combo make peak hp? Tq?

    What would it take to get 600 out of a dual plane mani? Streetable?
    Scott

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    Default Re: SE stage 2 or TE stage 2

    Quote Originally Posted by stagedgs View Post
    Do you think you can post some PICs of your install?


    Thanks.



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    I talked ti Nick yesterday, he said " you have to clearance the lower aluminum mount around the head".
    also " very quick and simple fix".
    $$$* 1967 Buick GS 400 *$$$

    Joe M.

    1967 GS 400 sport coupe, frame off restomod BBB
    1967 Skylark sport coupe 340 peg leg. (has been laid to rest)
    1987 K5 Blazer Silverado 4x4,
    new 4 bolt main 350 , 700r4. restored for hunting only
    1999 GMC Sierra, 6.0 The work truck
    2015 Camaro 2SS, black on black. 426hp stock

 

 
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