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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-04-01, 07:24 PM Thread Starter
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-05-01, 10:56 PM
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eek trojans 86

so whats that wild car run?

also, afr heads are a good point to set your sites, they are an excellent head, may second only to canfields
your car would really wake up with a set of 3.73 or 4.10 gears
good luck man!!:)

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Don't know what its going to run. I'm still working on it. Doing weight removal and fibrglass replacements at the moment. It feels strong on the street, but won't hook up. 4:10 gears are in it's future. Do you think the AFR heads would help a lot over the Edelbrocks?:?:
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afr heads

while the edlebrock heads work well they just arent the best
from what ive seen in flow numbers i like canfields the best but afrs are a close second
head flow numbers dont mean jack though if you cant get the potential air to the heads (i.e. t/b, intake, etc)
also once you get all that air in there you will need some good flowing exhaust
head flow numbers are as follows:
edlebrock 226cfm/175cfm @ .600 lift
afr 185's 282cfm/191cfm @ .600 lift
Canfield 258cfm/195cfm @ .500 lift
flow numbers are in./ex. respectively
at onlt .500 lift the canfields really impress me with some minor port work they could be an ass kickin head that could be bolted to a near unbeatable street car
i also heard something about hyd roller lifters being too heavy for high rpm cars so soilid lifter may be in the future as well
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