Cylinder head use

 Created by: croc7
Orig. Posting Date User Name Edit Date
Jul 23, 2019 01:57AM Alex  
Jul 22, 2019 07:16PM malsal Edited: Jul 23, 2019 08:53AM 
Jul 22, 2019 06:47PM croc7 Edited: Jul 22, 2019 07:03PM 
   Forum Width:     Forum Type: 

 Posted: Jul 23, 2019 01:57AM
Total posts: 9940
Last post: Sep 17, 2019
Member since:Mar 24, 1999
Cars in Garage: 0
Photos: 0
WorkBench Posts: 0
GB
As long as the chamber size is essentially the same to avoid CR issues, yes.

 Posted: Jul 22, 2019 07:16PM
 Edited:  Jul 23, 2019 08:53AM
Total posts: 8141
Last post: Sep 21, 2019
Member since:Feb 7, 2006
Cars in Garage: 0
Photos: 0
WorkBench Posts: 0
Yes you can.


If in doubt, flat out. Colin Mc Rae MBE 1968-2007.

Give a car more power and it goes faster on the straights,
make a car lighter and it's faster everywhere. Colin Chapman.

 Posted: Jul 22, 2019 06:47PM
 Edited:  Jul 22, 2019 07:03PM
Total posts: 709
Last post: Sep 11, 2019
Member since:Aug 15, 2002
Cars in Garage: 0
Photos: 0
WorkBench Posts: 0
US
Am I able to use a 12G940 11 stud Cooper S head on a 1275 block that hasn't been drilled for the additional two fasteners?

 

"To catch one, you need one"....John Cooper