Two SC 61's = trouble
Join Date: Jul 2001
Re: EMS has finally got their 8860 on the market :)
The heads where originally bought and ported for a blown 351/ 427 stroker Capri but the owner or so called buyer didn't want them. He went to Brodex heads. I just happened to be there and bought for new price with roller rockers [Harland Sharp],hardened pushrods[comp cams] etc. They are track heat [better springs] with stage two port. They where 67cc chambers I angle ground them down some, but seems ideal now with the turbo's.They unshrouded the valves even more with the porting..E303's have 498 lft 280/280
220/220 @ 50 110 lob sep which makes them quite lumpy at idle. I had a F303 but was too lumpy, req more revs...Unfortunatly when I machined the heads it machined the O ring off too..Had these heads for closs to 8 years now had no trouble with them. Just make sure the rockers are set up right with correct geometry / pushrod length etc as always...TFS TW have a high chamber so p/v clearance is not an issue, though should always check as the valves are bigger and in different position to std so std valve reliefes are useless.. imo...
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Tuned & maintained by "Peppertree Perfmormance". Dart block, Scat 4340 steel crank, Custom C.P pistons.Oliver rods.. Mal Wood twin plate clutch.. Twin SC61/2's,482 rwkw/ 645 rwhp..
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Last edited by ebxr8240; 08-29-03 at 07:18 AM.