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Old 12-12-2012, 09:21 PM
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Using the 1094 gasket and aluminum heads.
this can work but you must use a high quality antifreeze coolant.
A bolt retorque is required. Most of these aftermarket aluminum heads require special longer SBC head bolts with washers.
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Be sure to budget for this.

There is a good .026" composite gasket too.

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Does this speed shop have Brodix heads?
Something to consider if you are going to buy speed parts
Ogdensburg, New York (serving Ottawa and Brockville area) | Ship to the Border

Lunati 60141
These cams need good springs Usually a "K2" spring package.
New Lunati Part number 30120741
Lunati Cam grind number CS V8 V276S10

"Jegs" Profiler "USA head"
JEGS Performance Products 514032 JEGS Small Block Chevy Cylinder Heads
Yah, he says he can get pretty much anything at roughly the same price as summit or jegs. I was looking at the IK200 as well....just haven't had time to read up on them much. I would be doing some minor port clean up and some pushrod pinch clean up regardless of which heads. I currently have a perfomer RPM but did promise it in the trade with the vette. So may have to find another, the professional products version seems popular, and I do have the 750DP still. Currently has long tubes to 3" collectors, will then be 3" back to 10 series flowmasters then out in front of the rear tires, one bend only and its a 45. Gonna go check out the numbers on the Lunati 60141 you mentioned.
And I priced the shp heads, a lunati voodoo hyd with lifters, and the rpm intake, he quoted me 1520 taxes in.
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Old 12-12-2012, 09:30 PM
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My Professional Products Crosswind manifold works very well (vortec version)

Don't be a wimp. Get the solid lifter Voodoo. Real men set their own valve lash.

(these tight lash street cams rock.) set the lash cold .004" tighter than the hot lash spec
set once. cold, and forget all summer.

Scorpion/(summit) 1.6 aluminum roller rockers
The Brodix IK200 is a really really very good head too. The summit 200cc aluminum head is identical.
best $100 you will save

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Old 12-12-2012, 09:54 PM
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You will need to assemble/mock this up and check pushrod length with any of these head/cam combos.
Its all about the details.
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Old 12-14-2012, 12:02 PM
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This is what someone who does heads has to say about the Dart SHP heads he worked on.
Flow numbers included.
These headss are not the same as a Premium Dart Pro 1/ Platinum cylinder head.
They are based on the older obsolete Dart ports.
The poster indicates that the Valve job apears to be quite sunk in the chamber to get a larger chamber volume
(72cc) This deso tend to kill flow. I noticed this on the Dart 180's I have here. Very lame flow for a 180cc port
and deep valve job.

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Old 12-14-2012, 01:22 PM
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Dart SHP 200 VS Profiler 195 64 USA head.

The Profiler heads flow more out of the box and make more dyno tested power and torque, out of the box.
There is a very good thread on this subject on the Yellow bullet forum.

They both does good but the Profilers are the nicer head in out of the box form.

As all as cast cylinder heads will, the Darts got better (flow and power) once ported.

The Profiler heads gets my big thumbs up.
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Good afternoon!! Lotsa good advice for you above this post. My take on this is for you to find a great engine builder as close to you as possible to set you up from start to finish to do exactly what you are after. Get it in writing if possible inorder to stave off any possible future problems.
If'n you "spread the work out" over a few places, none of them will step up and do you right when things go wrong.. Keep it all under one roof with the best builder as close as possible to you in the Ottawa area. Do your homework and ask, Google, and whatever else you have to do to ensure you a goin' down the right path. Believe there is one in the Monkland area who came in the Top 5 or Top 10 in the U.S. engine builder's challenge this year. Don't remember his name from the Hot Rod magazine but ...
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I have never seen your vette. Would love to see what you traded for that sweet panel !!
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I have never seen your vette. Would love to see what you traded for that sweet panel !!
My vette was......lets say cosmetically challenged.....needed a rad support, headlight support bar, paint, interior, some brake work, bird cage......it was quick for what it was, real quick actually, and took all the abuse I could throw at it. I loved it, and will likely miss it come summer time, the panel is neat, but its a big cumbersom whale, and its sloooooow.....don't know if I will keep it or not yet, been through 5 cars in 3 summers so clearly I have no loyalty and little intelligence....and the fact that its pro street means unless it goes like 10's its always going to be a poser car lol....I dunno, if i can get it to run a 12 anything, and be reliable, without spending a fortune the I will likely hang onto it. Getting a heater for my garage for Christmas, and then following some f-bird advice with some of my own opinions will start ordering parts and maybe that will get me enthused to do something with it over the winter.
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Good afternoon!! Lotsa good advice for you above this post. My take on this is for you to find a great engine builder as close to you as possible to set you up from start to finish to do exactly what you are after. Get it in writing if possible inorder to stave off any possible future problems.
If'n you "spread the work out" over a few places, none of them will step up and do you right when things go wrong.. Keep it all under one roof with the best builder as close as possible to you in the Ottawa area. Do your homework and ask, Google, and whatever else you have to do to ensure you a goin' down the right path. Believe there is one in the Monkland area who came in the Top 5 or Top 10 in the U.S. engine builder's challenge this year. Don't remember his name from the Hot Rod magazine but ...
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Yah but that sounds expensive, and not much fun.....I absolutely love playing with motors, and have zero issue asembling stuff....I hate wiring, no idea how to do body and paint, but the junk I have screwed together has so far proven to be reasonably quick and dead reliable....and really, that's the best feeling ever.
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Check filter for blockage ,i have had them to plug during break in because of oil additaves ,cam lube /compcam zinc addative ,lt metal particles from cam break in ,hope this cures your problem also
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