Well after starting to clean off the old intake gasket, I looked into the heads and saw these areas. They are right where the stud goes into the head for the valve covers. Would you guys say itís time I start looking for new heads? Iíve been chasing a vacuum leak. My vacuum gauge bounces consistently between 5-10Ē. It never stays at a set reading. But, I was thinking the low vacuum was most likely from the cam. Any thoughts or ideas?
Also, I have no idea what pistons are in the motor. Everything has been a surprise so far. Thanks!
I hate when people hog the port opening out thinking they will get more air flow, what you can do is buy a felpro 106 gasket and glue it to the port with the yellow sealer, then trim the gasket and use some sealer on the intake and let it dry for 24 hours. The area at the top of the port is just the valve cover stud, I always epoxy them in and smooth them over with the sanding roll. If they are not cracked and seeping water in the ports or oil run'em.