185cc Aluminum Small Block Chevy Cylinder Heads
Technical Specifications and Recommended Components:
Combustion Chamber - 64cc
Weight - 55.00 lbs
Intake Runner - 185cc
Exhaust Runner - 72cc
Intake Valve Size - 2.02"
Exhaust Valve Size - 1.60"
Max. Valve Spring Lift - .575" Hydraulic Flat Tappet
Spring Pressure - Closed 115 lbs. @ 1.800", Open 315 lbs. @ 1.225"
Valve Seal Material - Viton
Valve Guide - Manganese Bronze
Retainer Material - Steel
Valve Job - 5-angle
Head Bolts - ARP 070-134-3601
Valve Spacing - OEM
Valve Seats - Hardened Steel
Intake Gasket - Fel-Pro 375-1206 or 375-1266
Exhaust Gasket - Fel-Pro 375-1405
Head Gasket - Fel-Pro 375-1004 or 375-1094
Spark Plug - 750" Reach Gasket Seat
Is it made for a 12 bolt or 8 bolt intake
Would the valve springs be to stiff for a 454/454 lift cam?
Are these heads compatible with a 1987 or newer 5.7 liter, l98, roller motor? Also, would you happen to know that since this is a factory roller motor, is it compatible with a hydraulic flat tappet cam?
can you reach over 430 hp with these heads, do you know what roller cam will fit these heads, also do you get both cylinder heads for 843.99?
could i use these on my 94 chevy with center bolt vavle covers thanks
Are these heads able to be used with a solid flat tappet cam shaft /
Can this head run self aligning roller rockers (Comp Cams 1617-16)
Can you run a hydraulic roller cam with these
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