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Will these heads make the power?

Ok so as some of you may know i was considering the assualt 210cc heads. I called them up and they said that head flows averages 256 int. 197 ex. @. 600 lift. First im guessing i can run a matched duration cam with this head right? Second What kind of power is this head capable of? Im looking at 10.5:1 cr in a 383. Its a 64cc head.

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A very rough estimate of the power you can make based on just those two peak flow numbers and a 10.5:1cr is 474HP. Remember this is very rough and you have to use all the nessessary supporting parts to make it happen. ( right cam, inake big carb, good headers)
Usually thee cheapy heads can use a good clean up from the out of the box form.
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I know ive gotten cam opinions already. But withis data what cam would sound good. Power is all that matters. Track car only. I was looking at a comp cam with 306 duration and .555 lift. Seems to be about the max on the low compression.
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A very rough estimate of the power you can make based on just those two peak flow numbers and a 10.5:1cr is 474HP. Remember this is very rough and you have to use all the nessessary supporting parts to make it happen. ( right cam, inake big carb, good headers)
Usually thee cheapy heads can use a good clean up from the out of the box form.
That estimation would be great to hit. What cam, carb, intake, headers do you recommend?
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