I have kidney shaped chambers , only because they are alloy heads . I have never heard of this in a 2v ford head. Are they standard closed chamber heads that have been reshaped? I personally would choose a head with the correct volume or cc to suit my needs. If these kidney shaped ones are the right volume, go for it. Still, i cant see an advantage with them. The alloy ones that are kidney shaped have other differences like spark plug location ect, while still retaining good compression due to lower chamber volume. If i didnt have alloy heads, i would be using closed chamber 2v heads.
10.70 @ 125.00 on the black fun top
408 Cube Cleveland.
ok then just the fella on the phone said that the engine had semi open/closed chambers to run better with gas and that thay were kidney shaped but they are just standard closed chamber 2v's thanks guys
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