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Username Post: 305 head question        (Topic#277153)
C10 Sleeper 
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02-28-12 07:46 PM - Post#2196474    

I have a set of 305 heads with the last 3 numbers in the casting 434. They are freshly rebuilt and have been majorly worked over by a reputable local machine shop. I can't really find any info for these heads other than what valves they used to have and many inconsistent chamber sizes. What I would really like to know is the intake runner size and some kind of rough idea on what they should flow in stock form.
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kangaroo 
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02-28-12 08:27 PM - Post#2196497    
    In response to C10 Sleeper

Seems they were used for 305 and smaller sbc's, I came across 160cc intake runner.

Edited by kangaroo on 02-28-12 08:28 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
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