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Old 08-23-2015, 02:49 PM   #1
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port stock heads?

Got a set of stock 3v heads laying around any good gains porting and polishing them?


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I was wondering the same thing. Hopefully someone will know something


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Defiantly! A good port and polish with a cam will net you some nice gains on these engines.


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Yes you will definitely see gains porting stock 3v heads. Make sure you are using the guide of a flow bench so you know you are seeing progress.

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Aren't ported heads usually good for like 40-50whp in most applications?
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Here comes a buy a coyote again
Bc Fabman has some wicked ported heads on his 3v. They flow dam near 100% identical to stock coyote heads.


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That's good to hear. I've got FRPP intake, 62MM throttle body, Hot Rod Cam, BBK Ceramic Long tubes, chatted X, and Corsa extreme axel back. I want the speed shop to do the heads, but didn't know how the TQ/HP gain was. Sounds good with my setup.
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