09-06-2002, 12:56:00 AM
Whats the general feeling about these heads?
Seems like a hell of a price. Are they better than Iron Eagles?
I was sold on AFR 210's. But I may be assigned overseas for 4 years in the near future. Dont need a new set of AFR's sitting for 4 years.
72SS 406 350T(4200 stall) 9INCH/411 2890 pounds (and dropping)
09-06-2002, 07:14:00 AM
All of the new iron heads flow about the same out of the box. If you are wanting to put them on your 406 I would have them fully ported. Then you will have a set of heads. Not a bad price. That is around what I paid for my iron eagles a while back.
09-06-2002, 08:51:00 AM
Dirttrack winners swear by them, The rest of the pack swear at them.
In the as cast sizes.
The finish inside the ports are FAR SUPERIOR to Dart or World products castings.
09-06-2002, 08:08:00 PM
I looked at the web site hhott71 posted. They have some good prices but to get good flow numbers you have to invest a lot of money in there heads. If you want to get the high flow numbers I would buy a set of their head for $850 and have them fully ported. Get the 2.08 intake valves. Then you will have a set of heads that flow better than what they listed for their fully ported and CNC'd heads. I believe it was under 300cfm on the intake and around 225cfm on the exhaust. With 2.08's you should be able to get 310-320 out of the intake. You would have around $1600-1700 in your heads and they wanted over $2000 for theirs.
70 Z UC
09-06-2002, 10:56:00 PM
Have a set of the CNC'd 220's on my sprint car and have not found a better head IMO yet. 99.5% ready to bolt on unlike the Iron Eagles. I had a set of Iron Eagles but they just didn't feel the same. Im actually buying a second set next week for the backup motor. Buy them bare and put them together yourself $$$.
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