AFR 195 Eliminators

Discussion in 'High Performance Modifications' started by Led Zep, Dec 17, 2010.

  1. Led Zep

    Led Zep Veteran Member

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    Just laid out damn near 1500 for some SUPERHEADS.Hope low !!'s are possible.
     
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    I've heard nothing but good things about AFR Heads. Hope they're everything you expect them to be and more. Good luck! :bowtie:
     
  3. 6KMile70Z28

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    AFR offers the best 23 degree heads for a small block Chevy - period.
    You get what you pay for.
    Cylinder heads is not the place to "save money".:bowtie:
     
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    Those are the killer heads dude.....
     
  5. Mike1970RS

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    I agree the AFRs are hard to beat . I stopped by my local shop and they are putting together a killer 406 . It is a Dart Little M , low compression , solid roller , AFR 227s , Jesel shaft mount and a Procharger with 15 psi for pump gas . They are shooting for 850hp or at the crank and more with the boost turned up on race gas. All of this going into a 71 Nova .

    I got to look over the AFRs and they like looking at fine Art :bowtie:
     
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    One Day I will Get A Pair, Need To Save Some Cash, 100 Month For 15 Months, Not To Bad..... Or 200 Moth For 7 Months Much Better.... Hmm
     
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    Low 11's, You should have enough cyl. head there for mid 10's. I ran low 11's in my camaro years ago with some old 292 turbo heads.

    If you get the combo right hold on to your hat as that thing is going to fly.
     
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    lots more to 11s than the heads,lol, they are awsome for the money, its big bucks for good heads so 1500 is a god budget street head for what youre getting
     
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    What is the rest of your combo Led?
     
  10. Led Zep

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    Actually,this is the beginning of a new build.I was going to build a 406,but the block needs one the cylinders resleeved and I am getting mixed feedback on the durability.

    Currently, I plan to build a 383 to go in my 79 and retain the factory 3.42 gear.Street driven with trips to the strip about 3-5 times a year.

    Since it sees the street,I want to run a Performer RPM Air Gap.

    I would appreciate anyone who would like to list thier combo/ET to give me some direction for cam selection.Roller is out,will be flat tappet.I happen to have an Isky Z35 solid 254/254@.050 525"/525" new in the box,that I may use,and any input on that cam would be helpful.

    Target CR is 10.5-10.8 and pump gas.I will be buying more parts this week,intake and bottom end(leaning Scat at the moment).Thanks.
     

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