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Old 08-03-2005, 07:36 PM
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BBF 429 ports

Is anyone out there familiar with these cylinder heads? I am considering a HP project with this engine.Problem is that the exhaust ports seem to be "blocked" by a hump.Casting # is D3VE-A2A.Valves are 2.09" and 1.65".
The intake ports are beautifully shaped though.The block I have is a '79 Truck 429.Customer has a '71 Cougar.He wants to kick an Audi A3 Turbo in the back.Any comments will be appreciated.

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The "bumps" are thermactor passages.

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Old 08-14-2005, 06:22 PM
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Thanks Kult.Finally someone answered to my thread.The Reincarnation folks really know these BBFs.I will deal with them.

Now,have you worked for Holman Moody?
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Now, have you worked for Holman Moody?
I might be old, but I am not that old...
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