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If you only do the top end- meaning just the heads, having them clened up, flttened, replace the guides and seals, rebuild or use new valves and have the seats cut or ground, then you are going to find that the motor is going to use even more oil then previously since the top end is going to be sealing up much more tightly, and it will pull more oil past the worn and tired rings. Everything wore in together before the rebuild, so renewing one part and not the other in this case may cause you to still have an oiling issue.
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Old 08-15-2005, 01:11 PM
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