Wrong, forged alum pistons (not cast), solid cam/lifters (not hyd), 7/16 adjustable rocker arm studs (not 3/8" top torqued down), (double nuts on studs), 780 Holley (not 760 Rottenchester), ALWAYS a 4 bolt block. CJ was either 2 or 4 bolt block.its a CJ motor.. the intake makes it a SCJ
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More then cam, pistons and intake/carb. There is valve train differences and a SCJ block was always a 4 bolt. CJ went either way depending on build date. Also the governor was a 6000 rpm vice 5800.A solid lifter
cam & forged pistons with a 4150 intake makes it an scj, a cj 429 is a hyd lifter cam with a q jet carb and intake.
No note splitting hairs. There's a big difference between a 7/16" adjustable stud with lock nut and a torque down nut on the CJs. A 4 bolt block always with a SCJ and a 2 or 4 with the CJs depending on when built is also a big issue. Just ask someone that owns one.rockers are the same, studs are diff for pos+ stop over adjustable 7/16, fulcrums are also the same.
both use same guide plates. now we are splitting hairs. theres a rh and lh piston for the cj cast piston, etc etc