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    Question for you guys.

    Do you think anyone would be interested in an aftermarket 4V head that would fit 2v,3v,4v 4.6L and 5.4L short blocks?

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    lol what finally?

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    some with about 300 cfm.. hell yea

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    I would be the first to put in a down payment on a set if they out flow Livernois Stage III head...

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    Default 4V heads

    You know it's September

    Not April 1st



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    Quote Originally Posted by tomyb1976 View Post
    You know it's September

    Not April 1st

    lol. I hope this isn't a joke...Something that could keep up with the new 4V head would be awesome...

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    Are you kidding YES YES YES

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    I think there would be a good market for them. I'd like to see bearings on the cams so you dont trash a head if you seize a cam. I think they would need to be comparable in flow and potential as the Coyote 5.0 castings also.

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    I would buy a set today if they flowed like Niagra Falls.

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    I think there would be a HUGE market for aftermarket 4V heads. Due to the similarity in 4V heads across multiple vehicles, there is a HUGE market for aftermarket 4V heads.

    Without any modifications, they would fit the 99/01 cobras, 03-04 cobras, 03/04 Mach 1's, 03/04 Mercury Marauders, 07-11 GT 500's, Ford GT's, not to mention all the Australian 5.4 falcons running around down under. They could also fit the 96-98 cobras with a different intake and a few other modifications.

    There's just as big of a market for the 4V heads as there is for the 2V heads.

    Let's see something! Keep up the amazing work!

    Homer

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    Thanks for all the feedback. Keep it coming!

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    Any news? What do you crazy guys have brewing in your lab?

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    Hell yes!

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    He can't be serious
    I bet it is just a early april joke

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