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Old 02-15-2006, 11:38 AM   #1
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H/C/I

yea im getting heads/cam/intake, Im looking into Trickflows Street heat package, comes with everything I need...also going for a 70mm BBK TB, and a new C&L Intake with a 76mm MAF. So what do you guys think about Trickflow? So far Ive heard good things about it. I think with my full exhaust ill see some nice numbers, and some great times when I get the 3.73's.
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Re: H/C/I

TFS-K514-360-350B
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Performance TFS-51402000
Hydraulic Roller TFS-51400004
Twisted Wedge Aluminum Cylinder Heads 61cc

360 HP 350 TQ


these are the parts numbers, I think Im going for the Black Upper intake, not silver /shrug
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Re: H/C/I

ive always seen/heard good things about them aswell, and its something I want to save up for myself and also in black haha.

first I wanna do finish gathering the few parts of suspension I have left and put some headers on it. how hard was it for you to install the longtubes? the throttle body and maf should be fine, your gonna need atleast 24# injectors though. and I cant remember if the kit comes with roller rockers or not?

The only thing I will most likely change is the cam if its a stage1 and go with a stage2.
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Re: H/C/I

my 302 with 92 cobra heads.. ported/polished/oversized valves/better springs - stock 1.7 RRs.. port matched shorty headers and port matched gt40 tubular intakes = outran my buddy with this trickflow top end package.. in MPH as well as ET - only real gain the trickflow would have over the route I went would be about 50 lbs on the heads..
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Re: H/C/I

you have alot of machine work into it though. so cant really compare the 2 unless both are treated the same.

btw what do those heads look like? I never seen any 92 cobra heads...
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Re: H/C/I

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you have alot of machine work into it though. so cant really compare the 2 unless both are treated the same.

btw what do those heads look like? I never seen any 92 cobra heads...
typo '93 cobra heads

yeah they have a lot of machine work into them but have only maybe $600-650 invested including the heads themselves
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Re: H/C/I

afr > *
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Re: H/C/I

Yea If I go with AFR, it would be AFR 165's Edelbrock Performer, not sure what cam or rockers, i dont know a lot about that stuff
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Re: H/C/I

when the time comes for me, id like the TW heads but Ill take whatever is decent, aluminum and can be used with my stock pistons haha
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AFR has crappy valves. They are a great head to start with, respond very well to porting.
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