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Re: TRICKFLOW 325cc C.N.C HEADS

Post  schmitty on January 28th 2013, 10:35 pm

There are several builds that have been done with the TFS Streets that are over 800hp. A good well thought out combo would do it easily with plenty of room to spare. Start another thread with some info on your goals and there will be people more than willing to help. When questions like this are hidden in other threads, they usually get overlooked. Cool
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Post  2fox on January 28th 2013, 11:02 pm

bosshoss wrote:I dont have any first hand experience with either head but I have heard nothing but good in regards to the P51. As far as losses on the smaller bore I cant help you with that.

dkp
that's OK thanks
On the Ford racing super cobra jet heads. There a good budget head for $1800. For the pair. But they flow only 330/225 the o oh 325 TF 325 are $2800 and flow better

Then I look below the 325 heads to see the A460 340 CC heads not ported. UT assembled would they out flow the cnc 325's out the box? There.not much.more

Even the A460 cnc machined.race.heads 340 &360 CC cnc.heads.from 1430.00 to.1940.00 bucks

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Post  bosshoss on January 29th 2013, 1:17 am

Well I thought we were talking about stock architecture heads. The A460's def want a bigger bore, use different intake's, pistons, exhaust manifolds, pushrods etc etc. But yes they will out flow most of the street heads out of the box.

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Post  jonny z racing on January 29th 2013, 2:10 pm

bosshoss wrote:Well I thought we were talking about stock architecture heads. The A460's def want a bigger bore, use different intake's, pistons, exhaust manifolds, pushrods etc etc. But yes they will out flow most of the street heads out of the box.

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" yes i am looking for stock head choice " block is just stock + 0,030 with self ported dove,s, 800 d/p holley, comp 280 cam, port o sonic, msd, 2 speed glide, 4.56 9"rear, 31 m/t,s was only wanting to know if the tfs 325 would have been a good choice over the scj as its hard to find a good porter in scotland & wouldn,t have to port the tfs. was hoping to reach my goal ove about 600+ before gas with a mafia intake, 1050 dominator, voodoo solid roller cam & roller rocker,s thank,s jonny
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Post  2fox on January 29th 2013, 10:47 pm

rmcomprandy wrote:
2fox wrote:
bosshoss wrote:I dont have any first hand experience with either head but I have heard nothing but good in regards to the P51. As far as losses on the smaller bore I cant help you with that.

dkp
in reguards to pricing what the cost on the P51's complete assy. Titanium retainers and 1.640 springs.
do they have cnc ones too.
wonder what the prices are non cnc
and ported and there flow #'s
thanks form helping out.I.got a lot to learn

P-51 heads are already somewhat CNC'd as the chambers and the bowls all the way around the short turn radius are delivered that way.
has delivered what do these P51'S Flow out the box with just a. 030 overbore.?
thanks how much are they and do the have standard Ford exhast pattern? Rasied exhast port and uses stick type intake. Did you get them completely assembled ?
Thanks sorry for all the?'s

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Post  schmitty on January 29th 2013, 11:46 pm

Jon Kaase P-51 Head Flow Numbers

Courtesy of Charlie Evans

2.25 x 1.76

Out of the box

.100"=74/58
.200"=172/106
.300"=260/144
.400"=335/181
.500"=376/210
.550"=388/---
.600"=384/227
.700"=368/240
.750"=367/244
.800"=368/246
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Post  2fox on January 30th 2013, 11:28 am

There slightly cnc'ed the p 51"s box the box. ?

I like really the price on the summit SCJ Heads for 1800.00. They flow 330/ ***. I to make a new post.
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So you thin the p51Head out the box as better than the out of the box TF 325 Cnc heads out the box.
on a budget build? This is cost is going to be expensive I might have to sacrifice some power to lower my cost. Not trying to break any records. I once or twice sort of thing. Just want to run 10.00 all motor ' faster I wouldn't mind's then with my 250 plate system hopefully I can hit the 8.** mark then let sink in.

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Post  10SHOTS on January 30th 2013, 11:44 am

2fox wrote:Well I want at least 800+ HP. Not sure if I can do that with these heads? Or the others above.
I know big HP gains come from the TF 360's with BBC exhast ports. But what I don't under stand in what headers to fir in my fox body?
Are you going 4.300/4.500 Stroke. And what compression you running?
What bore size?

go with 4.500 stroke,60 over on stock block, 325c&c tfs with about 14.5 compression (call ross and get pistons they have a camber mold of the head i made and sent in)the head has a 80cc combustion chamber , ,solid roller . call bullet and talk to Tim , he's sharp as nails , you will make the power your looking for
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Post  2fox on January 31st 2013, 4:10 pm

10SHOTS wrote:
2fox wrote:Well I want at least 800+ HP. Not sure if I can do that with these heads? Or the others above.
I know big HP gains come from the TF 360's with BBC exhast ports. But what I don't under stand in what headers to fir in my fox body?
Are you going 4.300/4.500 Stroke. And what compression you running?
What bore size?

go with 4.500 stroke,60 over on stock block, 325c&c tfs with about 14.5 compression (call ross and get pistons they have a camber mold of the head i made and sent in)the head has a 80cc combustion chamber , ,solid roller . call bullet and talk to Tim , he's sharp as nails , you will make the power your looking for
what about a 250 shot on top of that?

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Post  10SHOTS on January 31st 2013, 6:43 pm

2fox wrote:
10SHOTS wrote:
2fox wrote:Well I want at least 800+ HP. Not sure if I can do that with these heads? Or the others above.
I know big HP gains come from the TF 360's with BBC exhast ports. But what I don't under stand in what headers to fir in my fox body?
Are you going 4.300/4.500 Stroke. And what compression you running?
What bore size?

go with 4.500 stroke,60 over on stock block, 325c&c tfs with about 14.5 compression (call ross and get pistons they have a camber mold of the head i made and sent in)the head has a 80cc combustion chamber , ,solid roller . call bullet and talk to Tim , he's sharp as nails , you will make the power your looking for
what about a 250 shot on top of that?
why not, i got 275 on mine
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Post  2fox on February 1st 2013, 6:33 am

10SHOTS wrote:
2fox wrote:
10SHOTS wrote:
2fox wrote:Well I want at least 800+ HP. Not sure if I can do that with these heads? Or the others above.
I know big HP gains come from the TF 360's with BBC exhast ports. But what I don't under stand in what headers to fir in my fox body?
Are you going 4.300/4.500 Stroke. And what compression you running?
What bore size?

go with 4.500 stroke,60 over on stock block, 325c&c tfs with about 14.5 compression (call ross and get pistons they have a camber mold of the head i made and sent in)the head has a 80cc combustion chamber , ,solid roller . call bullet and talk to Tim , he's sharp as nails , you will make the power your looking for
what about a 250 shot on top of that?
why not, i got 275 on mine
have you had the heads flowed with that bore size? Also what you running time wise and car wise? 14.5 to 1 that's with a flat top? Thanks

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Post  10SHOTS on February 1st 2013, 11:03 am

2fox wrote:
10SHOTS wrote:
2fox wrote:
10SHOTS wrote:
2fox wrote:Well I want at least 800+ HP. Not sure if I can do that with these heads? Or the others above.
I know big HP gains come from the TF 360's with BBC exhast ports. But what I don't under stand in what headers to fir in my fox body?
Are you going 4.300/4.500 Stroke. And what compression you running?
What bore size?

go with 4.500 stroke,60 over on stock block, 325c&c tfs with about 14.5 compression (call ross and get pistons they have a camber mold of the head i made and sent in)the head has a 80cc combustion chamber , ,solid roller . call bullet and talk to Tim , he's sharp as nails , you will make the power your looking for
what about a 250 shot on top of that?
why not, i got 275 on mine
have you had the heads flowed with that bore size? Also what you running time wise and car wise? 14.5 to 1 that's with a flat top? Thanks

i got a 4.562 bore with a dome piston. these heads have a 80 cc chamber , never flowed the head, just went off what tfs said it flowed, car is 3240 pnds c6 trans went 9.08 @ 146 on motor ,swapping to a powerglide now . c6 is to agressive with the spray.

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