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flo Tek aluminum heads

anybody used these heads or had any experiences with these aluminum heads? http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...7134&viewitem=

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Never really heard of that brand having heads just exhuast parts. Being that it is from speedway, I'm sure they wouldn't sell or put their name on something that is junk. Specs sound great for the price but I wish they had the flow numbers as well. Don't expect a 500 hp monster with those heads tho. Maybe others can chime in with their opinions as well.
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My local speed shop sells alot of them, I have known the owner for 30+ years and he has no complaint's. I have personally not used them, he say's they are better than ProComp's, and he told me they are assembled in Indiana, with an Australian casting. This head will support up to around 375 H.P. Basically a street cylinder head.
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