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Old 02-19-2006, 05:08 PM
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pro topline heads big block

Has anyone had any experience with Pro Topline heads for a big block Chevy?

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Have done and sold a couple sets only recieved feed back on one and it was a rear engine dragster. Pick the car up went 7.89 with a 468 i believe they were the 320s un ported.

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The heads are a good product. They are now owned by Racing Head Service which is Comp Cams.

There are probably some old stock ProTopline heads still floating around out there, but overall, they are a good product.

I have been purchasing some of the RHS stuff, and I am pleased with the products.

They are not a budget type head, they are generally as pricey as Dart heads, but IMOP they are equally as good.

Do not confuse these heads with some of the Chinese products that are floating around using names like Pro Comp, etc. There are alof of no-name cylinder heads around that are Chinese also.
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I have a pair on a SBC street rod. Put about 1000 miles on them so far with no problems.
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