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Originally Posted by F-BIRD'88 View Post
waiting got the time slip from your car.
I bet you cannot get past 108MPH and 13.5ets even with tons of boost, with 882 heads.

They are a cork.
no slip from that run, old airport drags, on real tires with traction the car would have gone low low 11's maybe high 10's mph supports that pretty well.

u know u may know a whole lot , but u dont know everything, plenty of boosted cars running these heads well into the 10's/11's without trying to hard on both turbo forums and third gen. for a super cheap budget build they have been proven to make good power with turbos plain and simple

fellow fbody guy with a l98 tpi engine that has been featured in a few magazines has gone low 10's with those heads untouched @ 14/15psi and the 882's are just about even, they do flow better but have crappier chambers.

this aint my first rodeo ive built my fair share of turbo cars

and btw my 3.1L v6 with heads that only flow 125cfm broke 330wheel hp and 420wheel ftlbs @9 psi explain that one
3.1 makes 140hp flywheel stock

grand national heads flow about the same and they routinley make 5-600 hp


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