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Brodix Track 1 0 0%
TFS High Ports/TFS R Series 5 17.86%
TFS Twisted Wedge 0 0%
AFR 205/AFR 225 18 64.29%
Dart Sr. (I have one laying around) 0 0%
Victor Jr. 3 10.71%
Victor Sr. 1 3.57%
Canfields 1 3.57%
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Old 08-07-2003, 04:03 PM   #1
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Question ????Which Cylinder heads for a 408 stroker????

Im planning on building a 408 stroker motor for my race car. I was wondering which head should I buy? Im looking for a head that is capable of handling 650hp at the motor or more.

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72" 351w block
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Scat 4340 4.000 crank
Scat 4340 H-beams
Je Pistons 12:1 or more
FTI custom solid roller cam
Victor intake
Custom Biggs carb

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I'll be running a set a Bennet Racing Stage III High Ports with my 410ci motor. Car will be complete in a couple months. Before it came apart it I ran a set of Canfields. It made a best of 453rwhp with those. With more compression and the bigger TFS's I'm hoping for 510+rwhp. The set up is EFI, with a Super Victor Spyder intake. Big solid roller too.

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I am running race ported Jr's on my 410, and should have some times Friday night. Motor should be making around 650-700hp, and over the 1,000 mark on juice. I'll post times on here, hoping everything goes well. Had alot of problems to workout from last time, so hopeing for good times.


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Gonna get flamed for this but here it goes.

If your looking for out of the box performance then I would list them like this.
AFR 205/225
TFS "R"
Victor Jr
Brodix Track 1

If your looking for a head that has hidden potential via porting then heres how I would stack them up.
AFR 205/225
TFS "R"
TFS high ports
Victor Jr
World Windsor Sr/Roush 200
Brodix Track 1
Canfields

Race Only goes to the Edelbrock Victors If you can afford the shaft mounted rockers.

I personally see the Std. Twisted wedge head as being too small without major port work, But they are a good head. The Canfields are a good head but have had some problems when extensive port work is done.
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