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    Will the heads from a 04 Gto fit in...

    Will the heads from an 04 GTO (241 Casting cylinder heads) fit in my 98 TA

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    yes those are the same heads that cam on late model 00-02 f-bodies, you are not going to see a difference in power.

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    Well, I ask because I had my car run through water and im gonna have to rebuild my engine most likley. and im poor so I cant spend so much money! I found one on ebay for 150 (190 with shipping) that have 15k miles on them.

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    You will need the center bolt valve covers & different coil brackets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bills98ta View Post
    You will need the center bolt valve covers & different coil brackets.
    do you know about how much they run or where I could pick some up?

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    Ouch tough luck. If your current heads are not totally screwed (shatters valves or heavy scoring) you may just get them milled for more compression or change out the valves for some sodium filled ones(ls-6) if your looking for bare minimum.

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    ya Im gonna have them looked at or, when I take them out I can just take a pic and maybe you guys can tell me what I need to do? If that wont work, I can just take it to a shop to get it looked at.

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    I have my old stock 98 heads I'd sell you if you're interested although shipping would be kinda pricey on them I would think. My advice would be to look for 243's at a minimum. Sets of those can be had dirt cheap these days. Search all the boards and be patient and you'll find a cheap set. Ideally it would be nice if you could get a set of worked heads. What exactly is wrong with your stock heads? Can probably just do valves pretty cheap if that's all that's wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin23454 View Post
    do you know about how much they run or where I could pick some up?
    EBay !!!

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/CHEVY...Q5fAccessories

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/LS1-L...Q5fAccessories

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