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Old 02-10-2006, 13:43   #1 (permalink)
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2V cast iron cylinder heads

i'm trying to find the best cast iron 2v cylinder heads in OZ. does any body know who does the best work? I need a 2v that will flow as close to 300cfm or above as posssible.
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I think you will find that 500hp is about the limit.
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Old 02-23-2006, 02:48   #3 (permalink)
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I think 300cfm is really pushing it 2V cylinder head wise. I honestly don't think a 2V will flow that.

Competition engines do a good 2V cylinder head.
PRE racing engines do as well but PRE will ask you why your bothering with cast iron.
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Re: 2V cast iron cylinder heads

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i'm trying to find the best cast iron 2v cylinder heads in OZ. does any body know who does the best work? I need a 2v that will flow as close to 300cfm or above as posssible.
For that sort of money you might be better looking at an alloy head , porting costs lots as you will discover
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