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Username Post: Iron heads        (Topic#354376)
Jim.Biron 
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12-14-18 08:25 AM - Post#2754477    

Looking for a recommendation.
What are the best double hump heads out there?
I'm looking to build a 'sleeper' of sorts and want the very best heads that I can bolt on that look like the double humps of the early 60's (no bolt holes).
I want to build this 'sleeper' power plan that looks original but has a decent amount of power.
Any recommendations appreciated.

If I must have bolt hols what is the recommendation?

Jim
www.HudsonValleyCruise.com


 


grumpyvette 
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12-14-18 08:47 AM - Post#2754480    
    In response to Jim.Biron

bolt holes can easily be filled with bondo and a bit of work with some bondo mixed with steel wool carefully sculpted bondo, can even result in bogus camel humps that pass the magnet test, and add some paint and only someone who really knows what they are looking at can tell the difference.
paint and some cosmetics can hide a great deal.
I would not use old original fuelie heads as a start point the flow tech is 70 years out of date,

https://www.hotrod.com/articles/ctrp-0912-ch evrole...

https://www.enginelabs.com/engine-tech/engine/fu el...


heres a better route

https://www.rodauthority.com/tech-stories/engine/d ...



IF YOU CAN,T SMOKE THE TIRES AT WILL,FROM A 60 MPH ROLLING START YOUR ENGINE NEEDS MORE WORK!!"!
IF YOU CAN , YOU NEED BETTER TIRES AND YOUR SUSPENSION NEEDS MORE WORK!!


 
Jim.Biron 
"13th Year" Platinum Supporting Member
Posts: 3038
Jim.Biron
Age: 69
Loc: Monterey, TN
Reg: 04-10-08
12-14-18 09:20 AM - Post#2754490    
    In response to grumpyvette

  • grumpyvette Said:
bolt holes can easily be filled with bondo and a bit of work with some bondo mixed with steel wool carefully sculpted bondo, can even result in bogus camel humps that pass the magnet test, and add some paint and only someone who really knows what they are looking at can tell the difference.
paint and some cosmetics can hide a great deal.
I would not use old original fuelie heads as a start point the flow tech is 70 years out of date,

https://www.hotrod.com/articles/ctrp-0912-ch evrole...

https://www.enginelabs.com/engine-tech/engine/fu el...


heres a better route

https://www.rodauthority.com/tech-stories/engine/d ...





I like those trick flows


Jim
www.HudsonValleyCruise.com


 
japete92 
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12-14-18 04:34 PM - Post#2754528    
    In response to Jim.Biron

If your plans do not included mod to '383' sb, I think you would like the end product. The 'cosmetics' (mostly paint), to make it look like a 327, are not difficult. The low end torque will make for a very nice driving experience.

Just a thought.

Pete



 
Jim.Biron 
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Jim.Biron
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12-17-18 08:52 AM - Post#2754789    
    In response to japete92

  • japete92 Said:
If your plans do not included mod to '383' sb, I think you would like the end product. The 'cosmetics' (mostly paint), to make it look like a 327, are not difficult. The low end torque will make for a very nice driving experience.

Just a thought.

Pete



Thanks Pete

Jim
www.HudsonValleyCruise.com


 


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