Small Block Chevy
- Chamber Volume: 64cc
- Deck Thickness: 9/16"
- Valve Spring Diameter: 1.46"
- Max Lift: .550"
- Valve Spring Installed Height: 1.750"
- Rocker Studs: 3/8" with Guide Plate
- Pushrod Diameter: 5/16"
- Intake Port Volume: 185cc
- Intake Valve Diameter: 2.02"
- Exhaust Port Volume: 60cc
- Exhaust Valve Diameter: 1.60"
Use with hydraulic camshafts less than .550" max lift. Not compatible with hydraulic roller camshafts. Recommended spark plugs are Champion RC12YC or equivalent 14mm x ¾" reach with flat gasket seat. Requires hardened pushrods. Staight plug heads.
Flow Numbers as tested by Edelbrock's SuperFlo SF-1020 flow bench @ 28" H2O
Can I bolt this top end onto a ‘88 5.7 L vin K ?
Sbc 350 looking to run hydraulic flat tappet cam. Can I use my oem pushrods and rocker arms. 1971 model 4 bolt mains dishes pistons has OEM 624 heads
Will these heads work with my stock ram horn exhaust manifolds?
If these aren't compatible with an oem roller 350 (1989 TPI) which cylinder heads are and similar specs?
Do the flowtech 11500FLT fit these heads?
what long tube headers do you recommend using on these with a 2.5" collector ?
Can I build 400 plus horse using these heads with the proper Cam and intake I'm running about 10.5 to 1 compression ratio with this size combustion chamber i havr this head on my motor but engine is noy compleat
These are listed for 400ci 6.6 small block chevy are they drilled for steam holes?
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