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Old 07-05-2010, 09:35 PM
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14101128 vette heads

are these good heads i can get them cheap 100 for both i have them going on a mild 350 with tbi heads (193) magnum 270 cam and 3.73 gears

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I think those heads have 58cc chambers, be sure that chamber size will work w/your combo.

EDIT- Found this: 86-87...350..........Aluminum, 58cc, angle plug.

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These are the first design L-98 TPI heads with conventional exhaust port.
The later #113's have a D ex port.

They have modest 195-200cfm port flow in stock as cast form by when ported they work great (easy 240++cfm in and 190+ ex). If the heads are worn (guides, valves, valve job, valve seats, milling etc) consider than in the total real cost of the deal.
The desireability is aluminum material and small 58cc chamber and basicly good ports that you can port and make into great ports.
2.00" x1.56" "LT-4" valves (and porting) are the hot ticket for max performance. Larger than this requires new valve seat inserts. A good head to start with, (if in good condition) if you are willing to do the hand work required.
Sort of a "diamond in the rough" head that will need work.

Determine the total real cost all said and done before jumping in.
Summit Racing house brand aluminum heads are $1000 assembled ready to rock and are better in all respects.

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