Blueprint Engines H8002K Details
Muscle Car Series Aluminum Cylinder Heads
BluePrint Muscle Car Series Small Block Chevy aluminum Cylinder heads, designed for hydraulic flat tappet and hydraulic roller cams. Our 195cc intake runner heads have proven themselves time and time again at making more power than most other value priced heads. Ports and combustion chambers are as cast. Great port and combustion chamber design, combined with high quality 21-4n Stainless steel valves, Viton seals, and double springs make these heads a great value as well as making great power.
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will this head work with roller cam if valve spring change to match cam
Will these heads H8002k, work with 350-7107 edelbrock intake manifold?
The most important question... what are the flow numbers across the range? All the specs are great but if they only flow 200cfm then I'm not interested.
If I took the stock heads off my newly rebuilt Chevy 350 could I use the stock pushrods and rocker arms on these heads?
Do these heads accept vortec style manifolds and center bolt valve covers?
Will these heads;138-H8002K work on a 1969 small block 307 V8, with an Eldebrock Torker-Plus Cam, 5002 and Eldebrock Performer Manifold?
Will these heads work on a 1969, 307 small block, with an Edelbrock Torker Plus Cam, 5002.
Will these heads/springs work with solid cam/lifters? (ie non-roller, but solid not hydraulic).
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