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Old 12-09-2004, 20:25   #1 (permalink)
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Well Iam looking for a set of heads to suit a 302w with and edelbrock performer rpm and 600 holley street avenger. could any body help with suggestions and a place to go to in brisbane and it is to go into a zc fairlane and the hp I want is around 300+. Any help would be appricated as the edelbrock ones are expencive. Cheers
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What cam and exhaust are you running??
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Pacemaker tunned length and havent decided what cam yet. as I am building the motor now.
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Old 12-09-2004, 22:29   #4 (permalink)
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How much money do you have?
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never enough!! but Im bugeting around 5tho for whole eng but I would like to buy all of the parts I need seperatly and build the motor. what do you have in mind?
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For that sort of money I would recommend Trick Flow track heats or street heats - or if you want ironheads Pro-Topline make some good 180's that would suffice. The Trickflows are available from High Performance World www.highperformanceworld.com.au but would be cheaper to buy from Summit Racing in the states www.summitracing.com. The ProToplines are available from Pavtek racing.
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You could try some roush 180's or 200's
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Thanks guys I will check them out! Also what are the best rolla rockers to go for for eg: yells terra, edelbrock ect and wich are better screw in or stud mounted and at what ratio eg: 3/8 or 7/16 ? sorry fo so many questions!
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just had a look at the protopline racing aluminum ones with the 200 runner wow! me likes those ones now has anybody used them?
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