Tick on new high performance

Asked by Jun 20, 2019 at 11:36 AM about the 1969 Chevrolet C/K 10

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Put a 700 are for two years ago last
year we put an engine in.  Took it in to
have an engine done last year when
we picked it up it had a tick the shop
told us the tech was from the piston
in the fuel pump so we took at home
parked it for the winter fired it up in
the spring and the tickets still there
so we called the shop told him we
wanted to get that tech fixed they
tore the top end of the engine down
and replaced a cam that showed
somewhere put it back together and
it still tipped three weeks later we
took it back and they tore the whole
engine down and rebuilt it and
measured everything and put it back
together it still ticks. They say they
have no idea what it is but are
convinced that it’s nothing internal
with the engine after the second tear
down I tend to agree. So we brought
it home but if you’ll pump in it
because they did not change and it
still ticks is there any suggestions out
there what it could be

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