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Old 08-18-2004, 07:13   #1 (permalink)
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EOI - Ported DOVE heads, PortOSonic manifold

I was thinking about stepping up from my old heads - Dove heads ported by Peter Michaels in Adelaide - Flowed 299cfm @ 28" intake with great swirl and an Offenhauser Port-O-Sonic to match it. They will have the valves, springs & retainers - but no rollers - screw in studs or guideplates.
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Re: EOI - Ported DOVE heads, PortOSonic manifold

I am interested but i need a set price i'm not into making offers, let me know please.

P.S how many kays have they travelled etc.
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What sort of dolars mate, I have only had the motor running 3 days, 460 in F250, but you can never have too much horsepower........ever!!!!
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Re: EOI - Ported DOVE heads, PortOSonic manifold

For heads and intake $2500. This is less guideplates and screw in studs which I have used on my other heads. These heads came off an 11 second 429 XA coupe...
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