Re: What heads would you use for racing?July 9 2012 at 10:42 PM
|Craig (Login CHejda)|
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Response to Re: What heads would you use for racing?
The 225cc heads that Scott March is sending me are not cnc ported, this spare motor has a stock block (filled). It will probably be in the 700 hp range, and that is enough with a stock block. I have no time to dyno it, my next Ozark Mountian Super Shifter point race is on the 21st. My 432c.i. motor has Dart block with 218cc titanium valve heads have only sanding roll cartridge work done to them. Great care was used to make sure I didn't alter the ports or enlarge them, basicly smoothing them out and slight bowl work. The intake is the small port dominator (4500) flange, I machined for a removable plate on the back of the intake so I only need one intake for a Cleveland or Windsor type block. There is no cnc port work done to any of my cylinder heads or intake(couldn't afford it,it always seem to double the price for heads). Rodchucker I know I kind of Hi-jacked your thread, but these are my experiences that may help. All after market cleveland heads are going to be good because of the valve angles, it depends how much power you want to make and how high you want to buzz it.