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    ALuminum heads

    What do you guys think of these for my 63 model 327.

    https://content.speedwaymotors.com/P...90abd2a883.jpg

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    What we used to refer to as "Feulie Heads", betrayed by the double camel humps. Light weight blocks and heads are always cool. Go for it

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    Mark: I'd want to find out from Speedway who makes the PN you are interested in... and what kind of warranty against 'cracking' etc.. There are some makers of small block aluminum heads that do not enjoy a great reputation...

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    Speedway machines the castings themselves I forgot to ask who cast them. I liked them over Trickflow because they are 64cc over 60 cc

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    Check the exh port location so you don't get in trouble with header fitment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BamaNomad View Post
    Mark: I'd want to find out from Speedway who makes the PN you are interested in... and what kind of warranty against 'cracking' etc.. There are some makers of small block aluminum heads that do not enjoy a great reputation...
    https://www.speedwaymotors.com/Chevy...ad,379621.html

    I haven't found the warranty clause. But, they're not the cheapest heads on that site and the priceless Edelbrocks are all sold out


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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Buzzard View Post
    Check the exh port location so you don't get in trouble with header fitment.
    No headeraches on this one has 2 inch dump rams horns, would like to go 2.5.

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    Speedway also sells 2.5" Rams Horn exhaust manifolds that are seemingly cast from the originals... (seemingly identical except for the PN cast in)... about $100 per pair...
    Last edited by BamaNomad; 09-30-2021 at 02:32 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BamaNomad View Post
    Speedway also sells 2.5" Rams Horn exhaust manifolds that are seemingly cast from the originals... (seemingly idential except for the PN cast in)... about $100 per pair...
    I actually bought two sets from them when they had a sale a few years ago. Recently sold a set for more than I paid for both sets. I kept a pair for this project.

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    I would run these. Looks like a good choice for early 327.

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