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flow data 351C 4v, AFD 4V, Kasse P 51
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To bring some factual data to the 4V head discussion.The most informative comparison data is the "as cast" flow numbers. The as cast data for Ford 4V head is extremely close to the numbers I've seen on my friends flow bench. While flow data alone is not the only data that indicates the potential for HP production, it is a valid indicator. Enjoy the read. Chuck

http://www.j-performance.com/index.php?o...view&id=29
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#2
Cool so guess mine do ok with the weight saving and heat dissipation aluminum has
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Tnfastbk;104087 Wrote:Cool so guess mine do ok with the weight saving and heat dissipation aluminum has

Roy, Your AFDs are good parts. Your whole build is top shelf. The weight savings are very real. Chuck
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c9zx;104092 Wrote:
Tnfastbk;104087 Wrote:Cool so guess mine do ok with the weight saving and heat dissipation aluminum has

Roy, Your AFDs are good parts. Your whole build is top shelf. The weight savings are very real. Chuck

Still thinking about going with my newly acquired 351cj 4 v open heads though
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They flow just fine. It is a question of ending up with a CR compatible with the cam. If you go that route I'm reasonably certain the Blue Thunder intake will work with the factory ram air. Chuck
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c9zx;104095 Wrote:They flow just fine. It is a question of ending up with a CR compatible with the cam. If you go that route I'm reasonably certain the Blue Thunder intake will work with the factory ram air. Chuck

I had my AFDs opened at the factory to get me to 10.8 with my pistons, so doing the math the open chambered ones are almost identical CR. Who sell the Blue thunder?
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Dealer list. http://www.bluethunderauto.com/id3.html The PN is IM-351c-4v, not the comp or Pantera version.Shop around. It may come down to availability, they are produced in limited quantities. The BT intake is only about 1/2" taller than the stock 70-71 4V iron intake. It is very similar to the D1ZX-9425-DA (and "Shelby) intake Ford over the counter part from the muscle parts program. Chuck


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Hey Roy you still thinking about selling your heads? If so let me know. I am interested in them for my 408 build.

Kevin

1971 Mach 1
408C Stroker
C4 w/3,000 stall
8.8" Rear w/3.73's
Disc brakes all way around.

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So ready to sell yours?????????????
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Tnfastbk;104139 Wrote:So ready to sell yours?????????????

Mine are the 2v. So I would be selling those heads, my intake and my headers.

You interested in some 2v heads??

Kevin

1971 Mach 1
408C Stroker
C4 w/3,000 stall
8.8" Rear w/3.73's
Disc brakes all way around.

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