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P38 John kaase heads

Hey guys it's been a while since I've been on but looking for some more knowledge, I wanted to do a engine build with the new sbf heads from John kaase his p38 canted heads I've been having a hard time finding information on what pistons to use because the canted valves if anyone is using these heads on there 302 or 351 any information would be greatly appreciated thanks guys

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wow,they flow a lot of air. What are you building?
contact the piston manufacturers for application
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When you order the heads, ask Jon which custom piston company he uses and then order some for yourself.
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Thanks guys I was thinking of doing the same when I went to order them I heard you can modify the valve reliefs in your pistons, because I guess you have to run special pistons that run almost 1000$ and I'm already looking at 2500 just for heads so I wanna save where I can. So do you guys happen to know how to do this? I've personally never done it and wouldn't want to ruin a perfectly good pair of pistons.
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Thanks guys I was thinking of doing the same when I went to order them I heard you can modify the valve reliefs in your pistons, because I guess you have to run special pistons that run almost 1000$ and I'm already looking at 2500 just for heads so I wanna save where I can. So do you guys happen to know how to do this? I've personally never done it and wouldn't want to ruin a perfectly good pair of pistons.
If you have pistons,buy the correct heads
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