"Fast Burn" Aluminum Cylinder Heads
This Chevrolet Performance Small Block Chevy "Fast Burn" Aluminum Cylinder Head has the highest performance potential of any 23° small block head developed by Chevrolet using flat top pistons. It adds 30 bolt-on horsepower when used on the Chevy ZZ4 crate engine. 62cc fast burn combustion chambers produce higher cylinder pressures by burning more of the available fuel before the piston starts its power stroke downward. Head surfaces and rocker rails are CNC-machined to exact tolerances, thus eliminating the need for blueprinting. D-shaped ports and runners require no additional porting (but can be for all-out racing applications). This cylinder head fits 1958-Present small block Chevy 283-400 engines with a conventional water flow design (cannot be used on LT1, LT4, or LS1 engine with reverse water flow). The cylinder head is completely assembled with valves, springs, retainers, and 3/8'' rocker studs that require the use of self-aligning rocker arms.Specifications
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What would my compression ratio be if I swapped out the Vortec heads on my HT383 with these, And what head gaskets would I need to keep the compression ratio at 9.1:1?
Will stock vortec exhaust manifold work on these heads
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What do these heads weight
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