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what cc is 14102193 head

I have a set of 14102193 chevy heads, I need to know what is the cc's on these heads? I already know vortec heads are better, please help..
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Dude!!!

Dude you need to get some Vortec heads,There better. Anyway i think those are 99cc chambers.Anyway Good luck with the 37
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65.3cc chamber as long as nothing has been done to them, I'm 95% sure this is right ok maybe not? I'm really not sure anymore 4 different websites have 4 different set of numbers? for the same casting number.
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Far as I know 64cc chambers. The 193 castings are swirl vane heads, look in the port bowl and you`ll see. These heads are great for a low end daily driver torque engine. You can slap a RV cam in a 350 with a Quadrajet and small tube headers and have a stump puller. But due to the restrictive port they are out of breath by 4000 rpm making them pretty much useless for a performance application.
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Thank you for your help. I was also told that these heads would run out of energy @ 4000 RPM, I hope not. I have a friend with a 383 stroker with 993's with flat top pistons & it is very sluggish from a dead stop. I hope these will help him. Thanks again. chevyman 8491@hotmail.com.
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