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 91 
 on: February 08, 2018, 07:45:22 pm 
Started by danford1 - Last post by danford1
Thanks.

Danford1

 92 
 on: February 08, 2018, 07:29:30 pm 
Started by danford1 - Last post by knucklefux
edelbrock, trick flow, and chi all make aluminum cleveland heads.

prices, port sizes, and chambers all vary. 

 93 
 on: February 08, 2018, 06:18:37 pm 
Started by danford1 - Last post by danford1
Ok, Thanks.I'll add more info...

I already have the Cleveland. I already have a Holley Strip Dom Intake for it and Hooker super comp headers that fit the car and the Cleveland heads. I'm interested in direct replacement Cleveland style heads with canted valves.
What aluminum Cleveland style heads are available and how much do they cost?
Thanks
Danford1

 94 
 on: February 08, 2018, 06:11:23 pm 
Started by jetski247 - Last post by 347HO
You need the cam spec'd sheet to degree it in.
You could reverse engineer it but then....   You wouldn't be asking "how to...." Lol

 95 
 on: February 08, 2018, 06:08:17 pm 
Started by danford1 - Last post by 347HO
I would think there are a few inline heads with more useable flow than "untouched" 4v iron heads.

 96 
 on: February 08, 2018, 06:01:04 pm 
Started by BCOWANWHEELS - Last post by danford1
Sorry, my bad. I read the reply fast and what I "thought" I read was was the rod made it have more stroke. After reading what was written, I see my mistake.
Yes a 289 needs a new crank and new rods to become a 302 with stock pistons.
Thank you.
Danford1

 97 
 on: February 08, 2018, 05:47:46 pm 
Started by danford1 - Last post by danford1
Ha Ha, You are right. I guess extremely affordable was the wrong thing to say.
Ok,
 What aluminum heads are available for Cleveland engines that will use common 4V intake ports and common 4V exhaust ports? Please mention prices also.
I already have a Holley Strip Dom intake and Hooker 1 7/8" headers. I'm not going to buy a new intake or headers. I'm looking for heads that will out flow iron 4V heads.
Thanks
Danford1

 98 
 on: February 08, 2018, 05:40:26 pm 
Started by jetski247 - Last post by jetski247
and if a 302 can get 240ish hp then the 351 should have no problem achieving that right? not the 210 is says i have?

 99 
 on: February 08, 2018, 05:15:21 pm 
Started by danford1 - Last post by juiced coupe
This "extremely affordable" needs a definition

Very true.

4V Cleveland and affordable (much less, extremely affordable) aren't terms commonly associated with each other.

 100 
 on: February 08, 2018, 04:59:28 pm 
Started by dads67coupe - Last post by juiced coupe
ok, but if I run an 803 for nitrous, do I also need one for the carb? or will the carb be fine off the primary regulator? (moroso log)

Sorry for all the questions, just want to spend my cash once and have it right. cant afford to toast my engine from the wrong parts lol

Not to sound vague, but it depends.

I typically run the fuel side of my nitrous system at 5.5#. If the fuel log was set at 6.5#, you could still attach a small deadhead regulator to it and be able to adjust below that pressure. There is nothing wrong with this method, it will work and be easier on the fuel pump.

If you decided to run the log at 9 or 10# (for example), you could hook two deadhead regulators up to it and have pressure control for either at anything below that pressure. Of the two, this would be my preference. It would put a little more load on the fuel pump (but not as much as running it as a deadheaded pump, which it was designed for), but offers much more control. But it does also add another point that could fail.

Both of these methods would maintain full fuel circulation through the log. The Holley black pump has a internal regulator that limits it to 14# maximum pressure.

If you do decide to run the small Holley regulators with pump fuel, I'd probably swap out the diaphragms to the Quick Fuel version designed for alcohol.

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