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Old 03-27-2003, 04:25 PM
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I have a 350 small block with 305 heads and was wondering where can i buy a set of good used 350 heads or new? Will this give me more horsepower?

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I hate to admit it, but I just got scammed for 320.00 on a set of heads on Ebay. Watch out for anything that says Skezer 70 or skezer71. So, for the cost of the first 320 + another 320 if I found some somewhere else, I could have bought a new set of Darts. Tough way to learn a lesson.

Just be cafefull. I have done over 70 transactions on ebay and have never been scammed. This one hurts.

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Id say go with a set of bare s/r torquers and build em accordingly. world products makes em. there nice.
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Yea 305 heads wont flow well although they boost comp with their 58 or so cc chambers. 64 or 68 cc heads that flow will boost hp and torque. but it all depends at what rpm your running and what pistons.
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[quote]Originally posted by pcesak:
<strong>I hate to admit it, but I just got scammed for 320.00 on a set of heads on Ebay. Watch out for anything that says Skezer 70 or skezer71. So, for the cost of the first 320 + another 320 if I found some somewhere else, I could have bought a new set of Darts. Tough way to learn a lesson.

Just be cafefull. I have done over 70 transactions on ebay and have never been scammed. This one hurts.

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Just curious, but how did you get scammed? That sucks!

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