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Old 09-09-2013, 09:47 AM   #1
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Gimme some insight on Trick Flow TW and AFR

I want to hear some input on your uses of either of these heads. Pros and cons. Durability. Use on a stroker if any. This may be a deciding factor in my next purchase so any and all input appreciated. Thanks.
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I want to hear some input on your uses of either of these heads. Pros and cons. Durability. Use on a stroker if any. This may be a deciding factor in my next purchase so any and all input appreciated. Thanks.
I think best bang for your buck tf's I have a friend who had afrs 185s similar to my set up and I beat him everytime... Both company's make great heads depending on your stroker and what kind of power you plan to make
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I think best bang for your buck tf's I have a friend who had afrs 185s similar to my set up and I beat him everytime... Both company's make great heads depending on your stroker and what kind of power you plan to make
347 AFM N-81 DSS level 10 block. So far. And as for Hp more is better.
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347 AFM N-81 DSS level 10 block. So far. And as for Hp more is better.
Both tf 205 and afr flow great so you have the bottom end already
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The new renegade heads from AFR are supposed to out flow the old versions.... The renegade 185's are supposed to equal the older 205's.
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Give more info on your build. Either company will have a product to suit your needs just fine. Should be looking at the bigger heads on a 408 stroker for balls shattering power.
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Give more info on your build. Either company will have a product to suit your needs just fine. Should be looking at the bigger heads on a 408 stroker for balls shattering power.
347, DSS level 10 block, AFM N-81 cam( revs to 6700rpm),looking for insight on heads but I want to run a Holley Systemax II intake, prob 80mm tbody, ad a 90mm mass air meter, 34lb inj. Going into a five speed Most likely but I have an auto as a second option.
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Maybe considering the Victor Jr intake. Any opinions??
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Consider an aftermarket block or jump up to a 351 block IMO. DSS "level 10" is not good for anymore power than a stocker and if you are planning on revving it high then that's even more of an issue on the stocker. And I have heard every argument for the stuff DSS does to their "level" whatever blocks. All the girdles in the world aren't going to prevent it from splitting right down the lifter valley.
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Lol. $1500 block isn't an option ATM. Plus it's not Gina see the high RPM all the time either. That's just for fun. Car prob won't even see the strip. Lol but what's this about the 351 block?
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Lol. $1500 block isn't an option ATM. Plus it's not Gina see the high RPM all the time either. That's just for fun. Car prob won't even see the strip. Lol but what's this about the 351 block?
If your gonna drive It on the street a lot go with the performer rpm air gap plenty if power down low and you can take it to 6500 which good
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If your gonna drive It on the street a lot go with the performer rpm air gap plenty if power down low and you can take it to 6500 which good
Fuel injected not carb setup. Air gap is too small tho. Need bigger like Victor Jr or Holley systemax.
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