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Old 09-07-2011, 01:16 PM   #1
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Looking for cylinder heads. Not sure what to look for. I'm ordering a B cam. Just wanted a mildly powered car, nothing too extreme for right now. Not sure about what intake to really order either. Just doing heads cam and intake for right now. Low 12's is my goal. Anyone got any input???
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I would look into a complete top end kit from one of the site sponsors.
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Old 09-07-2011, 05:42 PM   #3
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Ya I've looked at those, but I thought you couldn't use power adders like nitrous or forced induction with those kits...
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Ya I've looked at those, but I thought you couldn't use power adders like nitrous or forced induction with those kits...
Plenty of people use power adders with those kits or pieces of them. It's mostly the bottom end that limits the power adders.
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So like with the trick flow kits when it says not meant for use with power adders do they just mean it will void the warranty or something?
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Funny it says that cause doesn't the trick flow intakes usually work better with a lil boost as opposed to na?
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So like with the trick flow kits when it says not meant for use with power adders do they just mean it will void the warranty or something?
The trick flow site says nothing about not being meant for power adders.
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Oh crap. Well I must have been confused or something. I thought it said that but I went back and looked and it said nothing about it. Sorry about that fellas. That's for correcting me though!

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Oh crap. Well I must have been confused or something. I thought it said that but I went back and looked and it said nothing about it. Sorry about that fellas. That's for correcting me though!
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Only here to help, if you need anything else let us know.
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Old 09-07-2011, 10:10 PM   #10
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That's what I have.. The trickflow top engine kit with the street burner intake. I got mine from summit
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That's what I have.. The trickflow top engine kit with the street burner intake. I got mine from summit
What do you think of it??
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AFR 165 heads with ether Edelbrock RPM 2 or Holley Systemax 2 intake easily over 300hp to the wheels.
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I love the kit.. it's a big difference form stock
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Old 09-09-2011, 10:47 AM   #14
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I just installed edelbrock performer 5.0 heads , edelbrock 5.0 intake and trick flow stage 1 cam, haven't started to car up yet but you can't go wrong with edelbrock, trick flow or AFR!!!
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I know a couple of my friends that went with the TFS top end kit & have only good things to say about it. Thats what I plan on running when the time ( more the money) comes.
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I've used performer heads and they were good for making some power but to get low twelves u r gonna need a good intake to go with them I loved my Holley systemax (was stage three ported from excessive motorsports).
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