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fuel pump spec
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Brendan
What is the spec on the fuel pump for a 1941 120 282 Is it 4 lbs ?
Also what is the flow rate?

Posted on: 6/5 13:15
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Re: 1941 120 282 valves seat angle not right
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There is not much seat here compared to newer motors. This is what I am looking at. How do I bring it down from the top?

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Posted on: 5/1 9:50
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Re: 1941 120 282 valves seat angle not right
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Brendan
Big thanks for stopping me everybody. They are 30 degrees. My next question is, the exhaust valves all seat in the middle of the valve like they are suppose to, but all the intakes seat high at the top. They do sit on the entire seat for a good seal I do believe. Do the intakes normally ride high? I do not want to do a 2 or 3 angle cut to achieve this if I don't have to. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Posted on: 4/26 13:49
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1941 120 282 valves seat angle not right
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I am redoing the valves on my 1941 120 282 engine. My factory motor manual says the exhaust valve angle is 45 degrees and the intakes are 30degrees. I agree with the exhaust, but the intakes ride way to high. Max Merritt says the intake valves are 60 degrees. Do I cut that much material off the valve seats?

Posted on: 4/21 16:44
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