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Old 06-24-2013, 07:06 PM   #1
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What are the best aluminum heads for a 302 that i can use without having to notch my pistons for valve Clearance
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What are the best aluminum heads for a 302 that i can use without having to notch my pistons for valve Clearance
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Edelbrock performer rpm heads with 1.90 not 2.02
I'm not sure which trickflow heads
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Trick flow twisted wedge heads and a tfs1 cam. Lots of power will fit the stock short block, plenty of room to grow later via porting if you so choose.
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With them heads you can get the Intake Valve Diameter in 1.90 or 2.02, with stock pistons you need the heads with 1.90 without PVC issues.
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