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Old 03-09-2012, 05:46 PM   #1
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I hope that there is someone that can give
some advice on the Edelbrock performer heads are they ford ? I goggled it and found both Chevy and Ford.

The cast number next to the rocker pedestal is 6025 and the numbers on the sides is E O 215 33

I found these heads and want to buy them from an individual but his numbers are not matching up. 202 valves on intake and exhaust (?) also 64 cc combustion chambers. how do you get 64cc chamber out of a 60 cc head. Also how do you tell valve size. Would these be a good head for a 331 with a TF stage 1 cam with flat top piston w/ valve relief.

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I have the edelbrock performer heads part # 60379 and they are 2.02 but you can run them
With stock pistons you'll have to get them
Flycut, unless they are the 1.90 intake

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I have the edelbrock performer heads part # 60379 and they are 2.02 but you can run them
With stock pistons you'll have to get them
Flycut, unless they are the 1.90 intake
And yes they are great heads, I also running a stage 1 cam
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The 60379 heads are 1.90 not 2.02 sorry
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How do you check valve size ?
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The valve size is the diameter of the valve.you should be able to just measure it.those sizes are the biggest part of the valve on the bottom of the head.to be accurate it would probably best to use calipers or something more accurate than a tape measure.a tape can be used but won't be as precise.if using a tape 1.9 will be a little bigger than 1-7/8 ".and 2.02 will be a little less than 2-1/32 " .
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I hope that there is someone that can give
some advice on the Edelbrock performer heads are they ford ? I goggled it and found both Chevy and Ford.
The cast number next to the rocker pedestal is 6025 and the numbers on the sides is E O 215 33
I found these heads and want to buy them from an individual but his numbers are not matching up. 202 valves on intake and exhaust (?) also 64 cc combustion chambers. how do you get 64cc chamber out of a 60 cc head. Also how do you tell valve size. Would these be a good head for a 331 with a TF stage 1 cam with flat top piston w/ valve relief.
Thanks everyone for your time and trouble !
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Edelbrock 60259 - Edelbrock SB-Ford Heads Details

Ford 289-351W Performer RPM Aluminum Cylinder Heads


Designed for non-emissions 289, 302, and 351-Windsor Ford engines, these direct bolt-on heads deliver maximum performance in the 1500-6500 rpm range for all high performance street applications and our Performer RPM Power Package. Performer RPM head #350-6022 has 1.90'' intake valves for use with stock pistons; #350-6025 has high-flow 2.02'' intake valves which require aftermarket pistons notched for valve clearance. Will not accept rail rockers.


Note: Aftermarket 286/302 heads including Brodix, Edelbrock, Ford Motorsport and World Products with 1/2'' bolt hole diameters (block is 7/16'' bolt hole), except 397-M-6049-P303 (''P'' style head). Require 350-9680 inserts with 350-8552 head bolt or 350-9680 insert with 070-154-3601. If head studs are desired use 070-154-4005 (includes inserts).


Tech Tip: To gain more spark plug clearance, Edelbrock recommends using Champion RC Series plugs such as the RC12YC (P/N 192-49776). They are 0.230'' shorter than a conventional spark plug and have a 5/8'' hex for easier access.


Link 1 - to a PDF file on the heads.


Link 2 - to a PDF file on the heads.
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Man !! Ask and you shall receive. You guys are great, again thanks.
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