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I've acquired Tons of inherently rare parts and my long block is all but assembled.
I've searched far and wide for +1 G-Head Valves and a common block main stud kit.

Details include JE piston, H-Beam eagle rods, forged steel crank ( common block ), 89 Wiring harness, off-brand inter-cooler ( barely fits inside nose ), Assortment of inter-cooler piping products, a naked G-Head with beehive springs, forward motion performance computer etc etc. I've spent so much time and Money and effort on this thing and I think my run of success has ended here at the head.
 

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Looks like main studs are still available through ARP. Is there any difference between the CB main studs and non-CB? I didn't think there was.
 

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Contact Ferrea, REV, Manley for your valve needs. Any one of these can custom make valves for you. They won't be cheap though. SI no longer makes valves for the g-head. The last g-head +1mm head I did I cut down the head diameter from the MP big valve exhaust valves. Came out perfect. They flow good too!
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Yes there is a difference between common block and early block main studs. The CB uses six longer studs on the three center caps. Here is a link I sent out about a million years ago on that subject. Pretty sure both FWDP, & TU sells these. As noted I believe you can contact ARP directly and order from them too, but it may be cheaper to buy through our vendors than direct.
 
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