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Old 10-10-2021, 01:59 AM
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AMD valve covers x2 they are nice.
You asked about an AIM equivalent, there is not one per se. But there is a Factory Service Manual that is helpful that you can download from Mymopar.com. That is a useful site. There are individual assembly manuals for like wiring, engine compartment details. Also David Wise publishes very detail publications but mostly for full blown restorations. I used two of his manuals for the Resto of my 69 Charger. His books are not cheap. You will love that Cuda, I enjoy my AAR.
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Ok thanks for the info. I am still not sure the difference between 440 valve covers and 440 HP valve covers if there is one?
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No difference as long as itís a 70-71 engine. In 1969 and before they used different breathers that slid on a metal stalk instead of pushed into a big grommet in the pass side valve cover
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Ok thanks Steve
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Who sells the best stock exhaust system for my Cuda. I know Gardner but I need one soon since mine has a aftermarket system and I have some one who wants to buy the one on the car?
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The most accurate one is made by ECS Automotive.

https://www.ecs-exhaust.com/
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