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Topic Review (Newest First)
09-10-2005 02:47 PM
hrodgmc I agree the iron eagles are the best for the $$$, but the AFR have the thickest deck of any in the industry. I believe they would be the best for the application if money is not in question.
09-10-2005 06:40 AM
Rick WI The Dart Iron Eagle Platinum would be an excellent value for you.
09-09-2005 10:16 PM
firestone Without a doubt the AFR 195's will make the most hp. You will be looking at around $200 more for a set of street CNC ported AFR's, but it would take alot more than that to get an as cast head to the point of the AFR's.

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09-09-2005 09:41 PM
AFR Dart Canfield for blown SBC

Which heads would be best for my 36 chev coupe it has a 350 with a BDS blower 10 psi boost it is used mainly for street but some strip I need to stay with the 200 cc intake runner to match my intake I will be upgrading the cam also i currently have 441 castings with some valve and port work and a hydraulic cam any info is greatly appreciated

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