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    Quote Originally Posted by Buford View Post
    I have 14cc dish pistons in a boss block (3.700 bore), do you think I'll see gains over my Ported stockers ? My cr is roughly 10.5... what would you recommend to keep cr high? Are these heads ported or able to be ported? If so, do you have flow #?
    You are talking about the 195cc heads correct? If so they are a completely cnc'd ported head. If you are keeping the car naturally aspirated you will want to keep the compression as high as you can and yes you will see a very good gain over your ported stock heads. Check out the link for the flow numbers.


    http://www.trickflow.com/partdetail....1&autoview=sku

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    I have a 76 billet turbo on E85 so I want around 10.5 compression ratio. Would 195cc head be the one I need or 185cc to keep my CR?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buford View Post
    I have a 76 billet turbo on E85 so I want around 10.5 compression ratio. Would 195cc head be the one I need or 185cc to keep my CR?
    I imagine you are looking at the 44cc chamber which comes in the 185cc or the 195cc head. I would prefer to see you go with the 195cc R series heads for the combination.

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    Are the TFS-52910002-C01 heads currently in stock and ready to ship? Is that part number correct for the dual valve spring model?

    Thanks, Mike.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by EECDOC View Post
    Are the TFS-52910002-C01 heads currently in stock and ready to ship? Is that part number correct for the dual valve spring model?

    Thanks, Mike.....
    Mike,
    Yes they are in stock and the 195cc head comes with the dual springs only.

    Gregg

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    Would the dual springs be a good idea for 900rwhp and 7500rpms plus?

    Also is there a bronze valve guide option or not yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott2001GT View Post
    Would the dual springs be a good idea for 900rwhp and 7500rpms plus?

    Also is there a bronze valve guide option or not yet?
    Yes, the dual spring would be your best option and no they are not available through us with bronze guides.

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    Greg, is there a back order problem on these heads? I've had a set on order for the last month. I keep hearing that they are waiting on 1 head before they can ship. Just trying to get my junk back out on the track this season.

    Mike.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by EECDOC View Post
    Greg, is there a back order problem on these heads? I've had a set on order for the last month. I keep hearing that they are waiting on 1 head before they can ship. Just trying to get my junk back out on the track this season.

    Mike.........
    Mike,
    They are in process right now and in the room to get the valve job and assembled. They should be shipping sometime next week.

    Gregg

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