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Old 11-30-12, 10:18PM   #1
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Here is a nice port job on standard eheads with a 2.125 valve on a 4.155 bore

.100 - 73.3
.200 - 130.4
.300 - 195.6
.400 - 251.2
.500 - 298.3
.600 - 331.4
.700 - 348.7
.750 - 355.6
.800 - 356.9
.850 - 362.2
.900 - 363.9
.950 - 364.5

here is the same ported head with a 2.125 valve and a 4.310 bore,as you can see this port would leave you room to grow into a larger engine down the road if desired. You probably wont find a better flowing ehead with this size valve on the market anywhere.

.100 - 80.8
.200 - 140.6
.300 - 205.7
.400 - 259.4
.500 - 307.7
.600 - 342.2
.700 - 357.6
.750 - 369.6
.800 - 370.5
.850 - 372.0
..900 - 374.2
.950 - 374.0
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Definitely the best flow numbers I've seen, I wonder what he meads by standard e-head. That post is very ambiguous, sounds like the second set is a wide port head, with off set lifters and rocker shaft.
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Notice, who the poster is, he's from the CV camp and my guess is, hoping i'm not jumping to Conclusions here, but I think their Bill's flow numbers.
Me's thinks we got another Bruce Fluper on our hands.
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80 cfm at .100 is unheard of.
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Was talking to Big Speed, he has a std. location pushrod head, that he just finished the cnc test head ,flow numbers are similar but the cfm per msincs and air speed are awesome! It's planed to be a killer hyd roller head. I'm just not At liberty to give out the details. Not that it's top sercet but just and exchange I had with him. Besides I'm not good at giving out details unless its a combination Specific deal.
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