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I agree with Double vision that a set of 416 305 heads might just be the ideal ticket for a 307 build.

That 307 has the same bore dia. as a 283. The 283 was built as a corvette engine back in the day, but they were never given heads with 1.94 valves. Not because GM didnt want better performance, and not because they didnt have better heads, but because of valve shrouding from the cylinder wall.

You definatly do NOT want to go 2.02 intakes. As I understand it, 1.94's will work, but there is so much shrouding that your overall flow would probably increase greatly with the smaller 305 intake valves. If it cant breathe, it aint gonna run..


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Originally Posted by cobalt327
If ever I was tempted into doing a 307, I swear I'd try a set of 059 L30 Vortec heads:

From the Stan Weiss flow chart:

Vortec L30 "059" casting:
Lift__Int Ex
.100 68 47
.200 128 103
.300 179 138
.400 205 152
.500 221 163

L30 305 head info- POST #487.
I support this post. These are great heads for a 305 or 307.
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