What do you guys think? Based on the picture below, I don't think it's coming up from one of the head bolts. Last weekend I got my 350 started and broke in the cam. That went well, but after running it I noticed a drip on the block near the dip stick tube. I wiped it up thinking it was oil coming from the dipstick tube. I retorqued the head bolts on the new aluminum heads to 65 ft-lbs like the instructions suggest, and I pounded the dipstick tube in just a little farther thinking that would fix my oil leak. Now I ran the engine again this weekend to work on the timing, and we noticed that it's not oil coming from the dipstick tube but coolant weeping from the head very near the dipstick tube. I'm not sure if it leaks while the engine is running, but it drips onto the headers once every minute or so while it's cooling down. It does not leak while off/cold. What do you guys suggest? Should I retorque all the head bolts to 70 ft-lbs or 75 ft-lbs and see if that seals it up before trying a new head gasket? Is there any chance it could seal itself up with a little more run time? The heads are Edelbrock E-streets #5073 and the head gaskets I used are Edelbrock (Fel-Pro) #7310. Gasket was installed dry per the instructions.