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Old 12-02-2010, 02:35 PM
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I Am In Need Of A Good Set Of Heads For The Build Of My Stroker Motor Does Any One Have Suggestions

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good info gets good responses! No info gets no responses
try the search feature at the home page for head options
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Please be more specific so we can help you with this. JMO


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We have to guess what he is building!!! Communication skills sure seem to be poor for alot of people!
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Old 12-02-2010, 04:52 PM
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In his other threads he has a .040 350 engine. But we still need to know more about it what are your plans for the engine? How is it going to be driven, Street / strip both what other engine parts do you have?


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350 Chevy Stroker Motor-

The Motor Build Is For Figure 8 Raceing I Would Like To Be Inthe 500 -600 Horse Range Alittle Info About The Block 4 Bolt Main Bored .040 The Heads I Have Are Cast # 333882 They Are Supposed To Be 400 Heads
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You say Stroker Motor but, list no Stroke or Cubic Inch?? Max RPM?
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Pro-Filer heads new Big Dog in the head market!
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