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Old 03-12-2009, 09:43 PM
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I was wondering if anyone had used the procomp cylinder heads and how they were?Are they better than lightly ported dove c heads?thanks
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This will save you some grief, use the search feature in the future. Procomp heads have been discussed quite a bit.

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They have their place and that is all I'm gonna say.

This is probably gonna be a nail biter so,
I think I'll get my popcorn and sitback to take it all in.

Please... go easy guys. This poster obviously doesn't know the history here.
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Thanks that's all I needed to know.I guess that is the reason they are so inexpensive.
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I was wondering if anyone had used the procomp cylinder heads and how they were?Are they better than lightly ported dove c heads?thanks
Procomps are ok if you want to replace D3s with aluminum. You'll spend money on them, just like D3s, if you want them to perform well.

Out of the box, they are not better than a "professionally" lightly ported D0VE-C head.

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I don't think he's a street racer, LOL.

Sorry jstang, just a joke going around on the forum.

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I have just one thing to say (No Comment)


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I'd hoped to end it in the first post and do you a favor but apparently Pandora's box has been opened the topic was worse than I first surmised.
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I'd hoped to end it in the first post and do you a favor but apparently Pandora's box has been opened the topic was worse than I first surmised.
C'mon Declawed, the new member has to feel some "group love", LOL.

Where's Hemi-Hunter, we need his input.

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Where's Hemi-Hunter, we need his input.

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We better not let Hemi get ahold of this topic again, he gets WAY to technical.
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Can we have a Pro Comp thread without the obligatory jokes and collective circle jerk by the usual suspects??
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Thumbs up pro-comps

hi, I don't have an opinion, like the master builders, on this absolutely great forum.


but I have purchased, many Items, from, several members, and although a newer guy , have been treated, with respect. bla-bla-.,

have just about got enough parts, put together, some TROUBLE. lol


my input to this , is , I heard they have some, new CNC'd versions, are these newer versions, well better, than the previous. or have I just plain heard wrong. swore, I read it some where. Thanxs Rick
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BBF Complete Aluminum Head
Intake Port 290cc
Exhaust Runner 102cc
Combustion Chamber 95cc
Deck Thickness .625

Valves:
2.19 Intake
1.76 Exhaust

Procomp heads are asssembled by skilled professionals and use the best components in the industry. All Procomp heads are assembled with the following:

Stainless steel 1 piece swirl polished undercut valves, high performance valve springs(flat tappet or roller, customer must specify , heads can be built to suit, some restrictions and price changes may apply) Chromemoly retainers, 10 degree valve locks, screw in studs and guide plates.

Procomp heads come ready to install right out of the box.

Flow Numbers

Intake Flow
Exhaust Flow
.100
.200
.300
.400
.500
.600
.700
72
152.0
219.0
280.0
331.0
344.0
350.0
.100
.200
.300
.400
.500
.600
.700
60.0
110.0
145.0
180.0
204.0
225.0
239.4

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here is the cnc version----sorry about the layout of the page for the flow numbers


CNC Ported Big Block Ford 460 75cc/295cc

2.19 Intake Valve
1.76 Exhaust Valve
75cc Combustion Chamber
295cc Intake Runner

Procomp heads are asssembled by skilled professionals and use the best components in the industry. All Procomp heads come with the following:

Stainless steel 1 piece swirl polished undercut valves, high performance valve springs(flat tappet or roller, customer must specify , heads can be built to suit, some restrictions and price changes may apply) Chromeoly retainers, 10 degree valve locks, studs and guide plates.Procomp heads come ready to install right out of the box.

Flow Numbers

Intake Flow
Exhaust Flow
.100
.200
.300
.400
.500
.600
.700

69.8
136.4
204.8
267.8
320.2
339.9
341.7

.100
.200
.300
.400
.500
.600
.700

61.6
110.2
148.1
178.4
201.2
207.9
209.3

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