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Old 10-17-2013, 07:30 PM   #1
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Pro Comp Heads

Lookin to make some more horsepower but on a little bit of a budget. Wondering if pro comp heads would be a good route to go. Current Mods to my 1989 LX are:
Bored to a 306
Aftermarket cam (previous owner told me a b cam with 4.80 lift) ?
75mm throttle body
19lb injectors
Trick Flow upper and lower intake

Never been on the dyno. So any idea what I'm making for hp now? And if I was to install Pro Comp heads where would I be at?

Thanks for all the help.
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I'm not real familar with the numbers on any pro comp heads, or what they go for. But most people that are building on a budget might look at some GT40 heads. They can usually be had for real cheap, and are a great upgrade over stock e7's. And if they are ported, that'll give you even greater gains.

P.s. your gonna want to upgrade your fuel system too.
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Don't let anyone talk bad about em ...don't get me wrong there's a lot better heads out there but for the money you can't beat em I've built 4 motors with pro comp heads with zero problems
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Don't let anyone talk bad about em ...don't get me wrong there's a lot better heads out there but for the money you can't beat em I've built 4 motors with pro comp heads with zero problems
That's good to know. I'm kinda curious as to what they cost and what they flow.
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Old 10-18-2013, 07:39 AM   #5
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I'm not real familar with the numbers on any pro comp heads, or what they go for. But most people that are building on a budget might look at some GT40 heads. They can usually be had for real cheap, and are a great upgrade over stock e7's. And if they are ported, that'll give you even greater gains.

P.s. your gonna want to upgrade your fuel system too.


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Here's some pro comp heads I found since u were wondering. what cc should I get for my motor? And what else do I have to upgrade with the fuel system
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Don't let anyone talk bad about em ...don't get me wrong there's a lot better heads out there but for the money you can't beat em I've built 4 motors with pro comp heads with zero problems
Thanks man yeah everywhere I look I just see people talkin bad about em.
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