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Old 01-26-2012, 09:41 AM
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What would be the best heads for sbc 350 with a comp cam (advertised duration 280, 480 lift ), wienad team g manifold holly 650 carb , stock stall converter

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Best? There are lots of great aftermarket aluminum heads, plus some factory heads that also perform pretty darn good. What's your budget, and goal for the engine?
You can get darn good performance from a good set of old 2.02/1.60 cast iron heads with 64cc chambers, and they'll set you back around $400 totally rebuilt. You can also go aluminum AFR with the same specs and a 180-195cc runner, and probably spend 4 times that amount, but get a fair increase in HP over stock.
Just depends on what you want to spend, and whether you'll really use all it can make.
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I totally agree with the post above,Im running 186 camelhumps(64cc) with the same cam,pulls really well,but I want more now so a set of aluminium heads are going on soon! I may be wrong(probably) but the stock converter needs to go.
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I totally agree with the post above,Im running 186 camelhumps(64cc) with the same cam,pulls really well,but I want more now so a set of aluminium heads are going on soon! I may be wrong(probably) but the stock converter needs to go.
Sounds like we did the same thing! My 327 in the gasser was great with stock heads reworked, but I changed to a big cam, and went with AFR's with 1.6 roller rockers and stud girdles to handle the lift and duration of the new cam kit.
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That cam wants a static compression ratio of about 9.60:1, so use these pistons with a 64cc chamber head....
http://www.kb-silvolite.com/kb_car/p...tails&P_id=155
Personally, I'd be looking at the Racing Head Service #12410 cast iron heads from Competition Products....
http://www.competitionproducts.com/R...info/RHS12410/
Fill 'em with a head improvement kit from CP...
http://www.competitionproducts.com/H...ctinfo/851226/
Here's a set of studs...
http://www.competitionproducts.com/A...info/134-7101/

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Im debating between aluminum and cast and wich Brand , also wondering what size intake runners to go with
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