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What's the best way to block off this crankcase vent?
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Re: 1967 327

Thats the hole for your distributor....and tie down bolt



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Re: 1967 327

That hole is for the old road draft tube. Install a 1 1/4" freeze plug.
The small threaded hole is for your oil pressure sending unit.
Make sure to run PCV valve on one valve cover and breather cap on the other.

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What kind of car you putting the 327 in? If it's 69 Camaro...make sure you change the motor mounts, the 69 camaro with v8's had a different frame mount.

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What kind of car you putting the 327 in? If it's 69 Camaro...make sure you change the motor mounts, the 69 camaro with v8's had a different frame mount.
Its going into my 81 Z
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Thats the hole for your distributor....and tie down bolt
It may not run very well if you plug it...

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Re: 1967 327

The hole to the left in pict.is your oil sending unit, is the old style pvc, older is road draft
tube. It has been a long time since I put a plug in that hole, But bI think it IS 1 1/4,
freeze plug, I do know the hole in the intake is 1 1/4,
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Its going into my 81 Z
Just make sure you check the motor mounts on the 327 and the frame mount to make sure they mate up properly.
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All '67-'68 small-block (SB) and '69 307ci and 327ci engines used the same frame mount bracket (approximately 2-1/2 inches wide) attached to the subframe. The 1969 302ci and 350ci engines used a shorter (~3/8 inch) and narrower (~1/4 inch) bracket. 1967-68 engine mounts will assemble to the 1969 302/350 engine mount bracket, but this is an incorrect assembly that results in driveline vibration and clutch chatter because the engine sits too low and can move on the bracket

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Ok i had a brain fart



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What is that in the back of the head?

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Re: 1967 327

I believe that is a heat sencer. Tells the rebuilder if you over heated the motor

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