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Old 02-01-2013, 07:26 PM
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The only other viable use for a 882 head is to learn OEM SBC cylinder head porting hand skill.
Then, when you are done practicing porting they are best when melted down. China needs more frying pans.

Now you got the hand skills to port a better high compression head for your 307.
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Old 02-01-2013, 07:36 PM
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Ummm...wouldn't that be WOK's and not frying pans...lol
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Great sounds like I need to sell some scrap metal
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You guys are getting off the subject. The question was can a person build a 327 with left over parts. I say yes, you got a 350 block, 307 crank and rods then all you need is 327 piston. As for the cam I used the old 447 lift 327/350 hp cam on a 307 that bored 30 over. It idle very nice with slight lope to it. The cam had a strong midrange torque. Put some 305 58CC heads and you really wake that 327 up.
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Ok so I got side tracked off my project for awhile now its time to try and get something done. I can't find 305 heads to put on the 307 but I did find a set of heads with the casting #3795896. The guy said they are 283/327 heads. Would thes be any good on a 307. I can get them for about $200 rebuilt and ready to bolt on. Is that a fair price?
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Old 02-26-2013, 08:38 PM
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They will do fine on a 307 with 1.72" intake valve. For MPG they are fine, forget it for performance. BTW: the subject is 327.
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You find 305 heads on 305's. You can probabily buy 2 or 3 complete 305's with $200.
You are looking for the 4416 heads. Don't forget the porting, to wake them up.
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