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water flow for a blown 331


I am building my first FirePower, 1954, 331 all excited I have bought all the pieces to put it together, using a weiand short Blower a Hampton built 6:71 blower, a Hot heads timing chain cover and realized I have no return water passgaes fromthe heads...any suggestions to get water flow thru this thing without changing heads to a 354 version...I inhereted this from my dad and wanted to use all the original 331 parts.
But how do I get water flowing thru this thing? Thoughts comments?
Thanks
Randy
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on: Tue 08 of Nov, 2011 [14:59 UTC] reads: 11250

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George
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Re: water flow for a blown 331
on: Tue 08 of Nov, 2011 [16:38 UTC] score: 0.00
> I am building my first FirePower, 1954, 331 all excited I have bought all the pieces to put it together, using a weiand short Blower a Hampton built 6:71 blower, a Hot heads timing chain cover and realized I have no return water passgaes fromthe heads...any suggestions to get water flow thru this thing without changing heads to a 354 version...I inhereted this from my dad and wanted to use all the original 331 parts.
> But how do I get water flowing thru this thing? Thoughts comments?
> Thanks
> Randy
The '55 331s have front openings. You can drill holes in the front of your heads & screw in fittings. T R Waters makes a fitting to go on the front also.


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