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Old 06-18-18, 03:22PM   #1
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Default Arrow Injuneering ?

has anybody heard of this company? now making a new Pontiac cylinder head?
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Old 06-18-18, 04:31PM   #2
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http://forums.maxperformanceinc.com/...d.php?t=819111

Probably not in production yet.


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Old 06-19-18, 12:14AM   #3
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Is that Roland Racing Branching out
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Old 06-19-18, 01:13AM   #4
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No hard parts yet.
No spec's yet.
No retail prices yet.

The "Injun Wars" racing series ran on Saturday & Sunday at Brownsburg (Indy) Indiana.
Turnout? Did U see any advance notice on the event?
No race results posted yet.
"The List" does not really exist yet.
Glen Lever's car sure turned out nice though.
He used to post here quite a bit during his build.

I wish them all the luck in the world.

The discussion over on the other board there is already starting to slide off the toilet seat.
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Old 06-19-18, 08:42AM   #5
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They will probably be in competition with Edelbrock but with improvements in port design...........or not..........but maybe and other stuff.
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Old 06-19-18, 11:37PM   #7
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Please ! please ! If your going to do it, come out with complete head. In various stages. Like a 350 CFM....370 CFM and a 400 CFM. So we donít have wait 4 months for a figging head to be done ! The biggest obstacle after ordering a head, is waiting 3-4 months and listening to a million one excuses. Trust me you wonít be able to produces them fast enough. Screw this porter head bull sh.it !
Thatís what the Pontiac hobby needs.

Bolt on heads out of the box, 3 different hp ranges.
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From a marketing standpoint how many out there could really use a 350 cfm cylinder head ?


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Old 06-20-18, 12:10AM   #9
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Every boosted car !!!
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Please ! please ! If your going to do it, come out with complete head. In various stages. Like a 350 CFM....370 CFM and a 400 CFM. So we don’t have wait 4 months for a figging head to be done ! The biggest obstacle after ordering a head, is waiting 3-4 months and listening to a million one excuses. Trust me you won’t be able to produces them fast enough. Screw this porter head bull sh.it !
That’s what the Pontiac hobby needs.

Bolt on heads out of the box, 3 different hp ranges.
He is giving me a call tomorrow. He said on PY a full line of intakes are going to be made, 2x4s, all of it. He has a Wilcox RAV engine, I know that.
If I can share some of it, I will. But only what he says I can.
He used to live around here, been to my track, cool dude
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"From the feed back Iím getting boost is going to be the future."

A simple way of not answering as if no question was asked and continuing the conversation by talking about something else.
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IF the cylinder heads are going to be designed to meet the Street/Strip needs of a broad market segment then it is laughable to consider producing them AS CAST to flow 350 cfm !

Related, a conversation elsewhere.....

"I wonder if the higher cost of our aftermarket heads acts as a deterrent to selling in volume as these suppliers worry about getting their money back on the "smaller" Pontiac market. If Arrow can fill the $$ niche with a very good performing Aluminum head that you can bolt on with a stock intake and set of Ram Air Manifolds, they will sell a lot of them, I think."

Now do we know the intended market segment ?

Onward thru the fog.


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I mean who knows? The CV was promised to be the greatest thing since slice bread.
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"Three levels of CNC porting will be available. The beauty is, you can start with a great flowing "as cast" head, then step it up as your "need for speed" and "budget" dictates"

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