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Old 04-06-11, 07:19PM   #1
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Ok just finishing my race motor and already starting to think of the next Build. Definitely going Blown again. F-3 procharger like this engine I'm finishing. Looking at all the different heads that are now out there. I have been running Edelbrocks for has to be 10 years now. And when I switched to an Aluminum head it was that or Wenzlers at the time.
Would like to hear a discussion on which head may be best for Blown or turbo app. Be it cv-1,warp 6, Edelbrock, Tiger, Etc.. Pros/ cons ????
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Old 04-06-11, 11:39PM   #2
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Bulter holds the record for the fastest pontiac ever, ( in the 6's ) it's a twin turbo, and guess what heads he runs...Edelbock....my guess Wide Port e-head. Which they now have flowing 400 cfm. I would talk to either Dan Barton or Gaby and get their opinion. I think their all good heads but hell if you can make the power you want and save yourself from having to by another set of heads, it might be worth looking into having your e-head done, if you still have them.
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mine are ported wish i still had the tech sheet with flow numbers. but If i remember correctly just a tad over 362 cfms. All my old racing pics and log books got destroyed during a bad divorse few years back. Thats why i move from CO back to midwest.
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