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Old 02-04-2006, 15:25   #1 (permalink)
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Brodix Heads on Cleveland

I was at Harrys Diner here in Bris Vegas on Friday night and 1 of my brother mates turned up in a tuff as nails clevo ( 650hp ) powered XC falcon. Whilst looking at the alloy heads I noticed they were 'Brodix' heads so I said "I didn't know Brodix made alloy heads for Clevelands" to which he said "They don't, We made them fit" I would appreciate some insight from some of our more enlightened members on this setup.
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I was at Harrys Diner here in Bris Vegas on Friday night and 1 of my brother mates turned up in a tuff as nails clevo ( 650hp ) powered XC falcon. Whilst looking at the alloy heads I noticed they were 'Brodix' heads so I said "I didn't know Brodix made alloy heads for Clevelands" to which he said "They don't, We made them fit" I would appreciate some insight from some of our more enlightened members on this setup.
Maybe they were brodix wheezor heads?
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http://www.brodix.com/BF%20Series.html
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Old 02-05-2006, 00:32   #4 (permalink)
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Brodix make some very tuff gear!, very similar to the yates style Ford head-[tall in height],very nice stuff indeed -don't see alot of it in the Ford camp yet!,but you certainly notice the Chevys using the Brodix components? , Question[any Ford guys out there using it let us know?]
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I was at Harrys Diner here in Bris Vegas on Friday night and 1 of my brother mates turned up in a tuff as nails clevo ( 650hp ) powered XC falcon. Whilst looking at the alloy heads I noticed they were 'Brodix' heads so I said "I didn't know Brodix made alloy heads for Clevelands" to which he said "They don't, We made them fit" I would appreciate some insight from some of our more enlightened members on this setup.
The Brodix is a SVO/Yates style head, ie basically Clevo derived SVO type architecture, they will virtually bolt up as a C302B replacement I believe, except i think they run the later yates valve gear? (raised round exhaust ports requiring custom extractors, SVO type intake manifolds, shaft rockers?)
I believe theres a Blue Thunder made equivalent aswell?
So, yeah, when he said "we made them fit" its no different to someone running C302Bs on a Clevo block instead of a 9.2" SVO block.... its relatively easily done as far as I know.
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Bah. remember to read thread before hitting reply!
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Here's some pics of the blue thunder heads.Very similar to the Brodix and Yates but much cheaper.Quality is superb.

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