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HEAD #'s again....Mortec doesn't tell me the chamber size????HELP

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by twenty_below0, Jan 12, 2002.

  1. twenty_below0

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    HEAD #\'s again....Mortec doesn\'t tell me the chamber size????HELP

    THE numbers are 14102191 they are a newer head but mortec doesn't say if they are 76cc chambers or 70cc or what .....these heads were givin to me today in my search for the perfect set for my build but need to know what the chamber size is.....any help appreciated THX Mike
     
  2. m j

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    Re: HEAD #\'s again....Mortec doesn\'t tell me the chamber size????HELP

    why not MEASURE the size?

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  3. Re: HEAD #\'s again....Mortec doesn\'t tell me the chamber size????HELP

    how do you do THAT?

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    Re: HEAD #\'s again....Mortec doesn\'t tell me the chamber size????HELP

    to get a ballpark number you need a syringe and some solvent maybe a level
    fill syringe with 80ccs of solvent
    place head so that deck is facing up and is level
    fill chamber with solvent and note how much it took

    formerly 77chev
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  5. Re: HEAD #\'s again....Mortec doesn\'t tell me the chamber size????HELP

    hey, never thought of that. pretty cool idea. now if i can just find my syringes..........

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