200cc Intake Runners
Dart's Special High Performance (SHP) Small Block Chevy Aluminum Cylinder Head program was developed to offer quality, lightweight, aluminum heads for hot rodders and budget minded racers. Richard Maskin realized the need for a high quality small block cylinder heads that is a superior, yet affordable option to the "cookie cutter" cylinder heads on the market. Dart has incorporated the most desirable features of each iteration of the small block Chevy into each cylinder head option. !Features:
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What is the recommended pushrod for these heads. Best / worst.
Is this for one head or does it come in a set
Will this cylinder head work with a flat tappet cam?
i see that some people have had pushrod clearance issues with these heads. do I need to use offset rockers to eliminate this problem?
Are the rocker studs thread in?
Have these heads on a 383 stroker I bought what would be a recommended camshaft for this engine
what are the flow numbers at .700 or .600 lift i see 264cfm at .500. and 180 at .600 on the exhaust side
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