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Old 06-05-2003, 10:35 PM
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I had a link to a site that listed Chevy heads and aftermarket heads. Showed casting numbers and port CC's, intake and exhaust cfm ect. I lost the link when my computer crashed. I think I found this site here on Hotrodders.com but I can't find it now. Anyone help?

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in this section there is a topic(what sb chev 350 heads are availiable?)the link is in the responses, i have it but i cant send you it cause i dont know how. mike
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Here is one I have used before.

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Knowledge Base under heads.
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I think the info you were looking for was in a magazine article linked to this site.I wish I could help you but I don't remember the post it was linked to.
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The Hotrodders Knowledge Base has this information. Start at http://hotrodders.com/kb. Then, click on "Engine", then, on the next screen, click on "engine technical data". Then, on the next screen, click on "Chevrolet".
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Thanks for the help everyone. The exact chart I was looking at isn't in the Knowledgebase. I think Gassman is right about it being in a link to this sight.

Jon,

The ones in the Knowledgebase are very useful, as is everything there. It just keeps getting better.

Thanks 32vicky for the chart you recommended. It is the best yet for comparing flow at graduated lifts. The chart I was using just listed max flow. (Jon, This chart should be added to the Knowledgebase).

Thanks again,
Tom
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