valve clearance

Can anyone tell me the proper valve clearance for a solid lifter cam in a 327 please. I need to adjust the valves for a friend and have not found the clearances.
Thank you
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On Sat, 22 Nov 2003 06:58:55 CST, "Kcvwdoc"

I believe some were .024 for intake, and .030 for exhaust, but I cannot find the specs that say so.
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To: clare @ snyder.on .ca Re: Re: valve clearance By: clare @ snyder.on .ca to alt.autos.classic-trucks on Sat Nov 22 2003 09:08 pm
> 365 hp 327 was 0.030 hot. > I believe some were .024 for intake, and .030 for exhaust, but I > cannot find the specs that say so.
Thank you, I have not found any specs yet myself.
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On Sun, 23 Nov 2003 00:56:37 CST, "Kcvwdoc"

The 0.030" is factory spec for 327 365 horse 1965. Spolid lifter 283 Corvet, 4bbl spec or FI was .012 and .018 fropm '59 to '65

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