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Old 01-17-2012, 07:55 PM   #1
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Whell im going super cheap with this build. I had a 306 and droped a valve and that motor is done,im goin now with a 30 over 351w. What kind of stock heads should I run on this set up,somthing that flows gud. U think gt40 heads are gud. Enyways let me know what ur opinions are and if u have questions feel free to ask me.
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Stock heads, yes gt40s would be good.
+1.you may have to drill out the head bolts but no major deal.
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Thanx for the help,yea I know the bolt holes are smaller and u right thats the simple part. Was wondering maybe u might know. The gt40 heads came in the ford explorer 5.0 rIght. I also heard sertain year exploer came with the aluminum gt40 heads also. How true is that?
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Thanx for the help,yea I know the bolt holes are smaller and u right thats the simple part. Was wondering maybe u might know. The gt40 heads came in the ford explorer 5.0 rIght. I also heard sertain year exploer came with the aluminum gt40 heads also. How true is that?
I'm not sure on the aluminum but yes the easiest/cheapest way to score the heads are off 96-01 (I think) explorers.
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Thanx for the help guys,also I want to do a 408. But like I said im on a budget. I have thousand bucks to spend and was hoping if some one had a gud cheap kit ,that maybe some one wanted to sell me or know enyone that wants to sell.
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