This issue has been on the agenda since the early days of the BA hype. The simple answer from what I've heard is 'no'. However, there are aftermarket DOHC conversions available. I recall adding a DOHC head supplier to the eafalcon.com links page ( http://eafalcon.com/links/ ) not long ago.
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Not too expensive but it looks like they get a bit more performance out of them.. My question then would be, does Crow make performance cams that fit into krogdahl heads? Otherwise, you're stuck with stock krogdahl cams which might offer inferior performance. Check the website for info though.. If I remember correctly, he got like 320kw at the flywheel from an engine usually giving 100kw or so (almost 3 times the power! Remember this is at higher RPM though, so torque might not rise quite as much as you would hope).
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I agree! $500/kilowatt sounds a bit steep. The whole front of the motor was different from EF on so the front cover etc would have to be changed, but as long as the short motor is similar its all bolt
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