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Old 02-03-2014, 11:10 AM   #1
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GT40 vs AFR vs E7

Well me and my dad decided on building a 347 .. Mexican block

Now we are ordering the stroker kit,
I wanted to get some good heads ..would E7 heads with a stage 3 port/polish job, good rockers / springs do me any good?
Same goes for GT40P heads ..

Or is AFR supreme .. They are just expensive
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408 Windsor!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
An yes afr will still flow better

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Don't waste your time with a 302 based build
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I've seen multiple 347 strokers running 10s-11s ?
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AFR by far. The only head that can compete is Trick Flow twisted wedge. 347 is a good build but I would invest in an aftermarket block. I like DSS since I've had a lot of friends use their parts in the past week with no issues. Their blocks come machined for stroker kits and aren't price to bad either. They have different levels so you can pick the level you want for the HP your looking to hopefully run.
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Thanks , I will look into that..

Does anyone recommend a good cam?

Or do you need to know my rotating assembly
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Thanks , I will look into that..

Does anyone recommend a good cam?

Or do you need to know my rotating assembly
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My personal favorite is lunati but I do like the F-303 cam because it has a nice lope. As for specs I would call whom ever your going to get the cam from and tell them what you want and see what they have
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You need to know what head and rotating assembly your using
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