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Old 06-05-2010, 06:16 PM   #1
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im in the middle of a 7mgte motor swap the gte head i have now is garbage.. i was wondering if the 7mge head will fit the 7mgte basically if there interchangable... please let me know if u can help thanks
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Old 06-05-2010, 06:38 PM   #2
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Cylinder heads are the same, but the cams are slightly different. If you leave the N/A cams in the head and put that on your GTE, I believe that provides a little more low end power.
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The intake cam is the only difference... different on both angle and duration. Exhaust cams are same for any given year.

When swapping cams don't forget to re-shim the valves.
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So if Brian7mgte were to use the head off a 7mge,

He would'nt need to re-shim the valves would he?? (only if he were to use the cams off a 7mge on a 7mgte, correct?)

So just replace the head?
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