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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 11-30-05, 11:08 PM Thread Starter
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Heads for clevo

hey all, been looking around the maket for new heads for my 351 clevo (alloy preferrably), cos i want a lot more power out of the engine and have only really come across one place that makes them : CHI and their 3V heads. ive got 4Vs on there now and although the power output and flow characteristics look nice, im a little unsure about parting with $3K for them. anyone heard of anyone else who makes heads? or, failing that, i could always portpolish the ones i got a whole lot more....

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do a search on AFD or CHI heads all the information you will need is here to be found!
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hey all, been looking around the maket for new heads for my 351 clevo (alloy preferrably), cos i want a lot more power out of the engine and have only really come across one place that makes them : CHI and their 3V heads. ive got 4Vs on there now and although the power output and flow characteristics look nice, im a little unsure about parting with $3K for them. anyone heard of anyone else who makes heads? or, failing that, i could always portpolish the ones i got a whole lot more....

any ideas?
CHI seem to be leading the way with the best Alloy heads these days!

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AFD seem to be leading the way with the best Alloy heads these days!
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CHI seem to be leading the way with the best Alloy heads these days!
Yep! i agree!

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Yep! i agree!
Me too. You are a knob spanker!!!
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hahahaha

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Me too. You are a knob spanker!!!
CHI have proven there Quality in the engine masters Last 2 years ,with both EM 185 and 218 3V. I went the CHI way, but its the whole combo with tuff Clevos ,I'm sure AFD and even Edelbrock can work well too.
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Ive got a set of CHI 3v's and couldnt be happier, there results speak for themselves as mentioned by there win at the engine masters competiton.
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I'm with XD408. The 3V's give good results for very little effort. Effort being bolt them on.

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