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Old 03-02-17, 04:43PM   #1
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Default 370 CFM E-heads

No off set lifters needed. Standard roller rockers. $3300.00 CNC
Dave Wilcox , of Airflow Dynamics....check it out.

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Old 03-02-17, 05:07PM   #2
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Cool stuff on that site!!!!!
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Old 03-02-17, 09:06PM   #3
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Pretty cool
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Old 03-03-17, 09:11PM   #4
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Compared to the NEW CV-.1.1 (retooled/as cast)...offerings for $3800.00 and all the doodads needed to go with them. The E-head is not only about $1000.00 cheaper but out flows the CV-1.1 by a good amount. What happen to the $2995.00 CV.1 complete.
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Thanks for the info I'll be giving the e-head a second look. I've price them both out. That's a big difference in price
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Old 03-22-17, 05:32PM   #6
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What RAV casting is he using?
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Old 03-22-17, 08:55PM   #7
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https://headsandmanifolds.wordpress.com/

Give him a call.
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Old 03-24-17, 12:33AM   #8
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He told me he can get 400+ out of a High Port with no offset stuff. They are less expensive castings, better deal.
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I know a couple of guys who have his ports, let's see how they do. He's a smart guy. I'm interested to see how his 370 standard push rod location port does.
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I just got my 360 cfm heads from him and he calls these heads his high velocity 360 port. Should work well with my procharger.

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Let us know how it works out.
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3 emails, no replys as of yet, wonder if he still does e- heads.
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Yes he does, keep trying heís a busy man.
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I got his Wide Port. Going on a 505 pump gas build. The low lift numbers are out of site. They flow 40 CFM more @ .550 lift then the first set of Wide Ports I had.
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Hopefully getting it to the track soon.
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