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Thread: original trick flow high port heads i need some info

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    Car Year, Make, Model: 63 1/2 comet

    original trick flow high port heads i need some info


    hey everyone i hope your summer was good as mine it was my first year with the comet it was fun but it down for the winter little early do to the starter stuck and the car caught little fire on some wires and the cylanoid but scary good thing i had fire exstinguisher.but anyways im puting a 351w in the car i can get some original trick flow high port iron for $350 they are in great shape the guy said i can take to a shop to get them looked at if i wanted to before buying but i would have to pay the shop of course they have 2.02/1.60 valves screw in studs and he thinks 192cc intake runners and 69 combustion chambers if he remembers right and he said he put in bronze guides years ago is this a good deal if everything works out good with the heads. do they flow good i dont know much about these kind of heads thanks

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    They are a great cylinder head and for that price they are very hard to beat. They are 192cc runner heads and still have a ton of room for port work. I would have to say you are getting a great deal.

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    Older set of heads, but they do work good!!!! Had a set on a 351W stroker (408) many moons ago in a 2700 lb. Maverick... Car ran mid 11's with a 9.5" slick and was a pleasure to play with on the street!
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