LS3 Aluminum Cylinder Head
The Chevrolet Performance LS3 CNC-Ported Aluminum Cylinder Head design benefits from General Motors' extensive research and development program, ensuring maximum airflow without compromises. In fact, many professional builders use this head as straight bolt-ons, with no further machining. These assembled heads use premium machining and materials, including CNC finishing and porting, along with lightweight, hollow-stem intake valves and sodium-filled exhaust valves to provide your engine with the power increase you have been searching for! Features JEGS Easy Kits are designed by JEGS Professionals to help you get all the performance parts you need.
Valve Lift (Inches) Intake Flow (CFM) Exhaust Flow (CFM) .100 74 89 .200 178 137 .300 237 176 .400 302 228 .500 333 244 .550 348 249 .600 355 253 .700 363 258
JEGS Easy Kits are designed by JEGS Professionals to help you get all the performance parts you need.
Can I use the heads with the Big Muther thumper cam if i change the valve springs?
The description saying sold individually, so is it that price for one head?
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