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Old 03-08-2012, 06:03 PM
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Starting the build, 333ci chev, 195 cc jegs heads

Finally got my heads. block is a 327, 40 over, small journal.

I decided to go with the 195cc intake port heads, I am building the engine for more hp rather than high tq. I am limited on tire (245mm max rear, street tires firehawk wide oval indy 500 tires for now in 16" x 8.25" wide rim), and the car will be at about 2700 max in race weight. I only way 150 pounds on average. I only want as much tq it takes to get the car moving.

Will update more as soon as I get the heads to my guy.
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Posted images of jegs heads- I looked all over the internet these are the first decent pictures. I figure that hotrodders would benefit of these pictures and I will be posting information about the heads once I get them to my head guy, ie flow bench numbers that are not bias etc.

Also this is a start of the actual build thread for my race motor. If this is the wrong section I apologize.
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Posted images of jegs heads- I looked all over the internet these are the first decent pictures. I figure that hotrodders would benefit of these pictures and I will be posting information about the heads once I get them to my head guy, ie flow bench numbers that are not bias etc.

Also this is a start of the actual build thread for my race motor. If this is the wrong section I apologize.
Recommend you start a journal, and leave the forums for questions, it's free.
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so i guess you don't care about flow numbers from a independent flow bench on a set of heads that there is no independent flow numbers then?
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Flow numbers would be great in the engine section, but I agree that I'd like to see the whole thing in a project/build thread so I can watch it progress.
So far your build sounds much like what I put together for my Austin gasser engine, and it would be neat to see where you go with it. I built a late model large journal 327 bored .040" with Trick Flow 2.02/1.60, 195cc heads, and roller 1.6 rockers on a flat tappet cam.
Looking forward to seeing your number and project thread!
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