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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-23-2017, 04:23 AM Thread Starter
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WTB: Reasonably priced pair of performance cylinder heads.

About to purchase a '66 C-code with stock upper end. Wanting to do the top end. Aluminum or cast iron.
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-12-2017, 05:59 PM
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66 Cylinder Heads

I have a pair of 66 289 heads dated 6H24 or 70 320 heads dated D00e Both will need rebuild but all parts there.

Let me know if this is what you are looking for

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I don't have a set of these just saved in my Ebay searches just in case
Flo-Tek 203505 Single Small Block Ford SBF 289 302 Aluminum Cylinder Head 58cc | eBay

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Those Flo Tech's have to be Chinese, yes?
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Those Flo Tech's have to be Chinese, yes?
Claim to be at least assembled in USA
https://www.flootek.com/

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You may also what to check out Skip White Performance heads. They get good reviews. Cost only $689 and reportedly are cast to replicate a ported Dart head. They are supposedly cast in Australia and Skip White assembles them in TN using brand name components like Mellings or Comp springs, Viton seals, decent Comp Cams retainers and springs. For the money and a mild to moderate build their flow numbers look really nice.

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Comparing stock heads, to those FloTechs, to an expensive head like the AFR 165s; are the FloTechs a worthwhile upgrade for a street car? I mean if a set of AFRs add 40hp (random value) then do flotechs add around 20-30 since they're around 60% the cost of AFR 165s?

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