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wtb- new style ford hemi heads

anybody got anything out there for 4.9 bore space ?
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contact Mr Carter at C&C Motorsports.

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New HEMI heads

Try, Dave Bamber 1-417-326-8616. He is a big FORD guy . Thanks,Joe
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I think the hard part will be finding 4.9" B.S. Roberts Design heads. Most people using them are running mountain motors & 5" B.S. Like Rick said, I would call Carroll Carter & he may be able to point you in the right direction on some used heads.

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Did you try Kaase?

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ive been trying to make myself step on up and buy a set of new ones but i just get to figureing up the total cost lol. trying to figure out a way to do it a little cheaper . but im not sure there is such a thing as cheaper when your talking about maken the jump . was ready to buy after talkin to chris then i chickened out :roll: . havent had much spare time for racen lately so i hate to spend that much lol. ill give bamber a call i tryed a while back he never called back mesage probably got lost. i know how much kassie heads are new anyway. never really thought about [email protected] for a used set but might be worth a shot brad
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I would keep my eyes open for a used set, new ones are expensive! You might try avertising for some on racing junk.com. If you talk to Bamber or Kaase, they might have some leads on who you might call.
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There was a guy on racing junk not too long ago trying to sell a complete Boss Motor. It was injected. If I remember right, it was a pretty good price.
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There was a guy on racing junk not too long ago trying to sell a complete Boss Motor. It was injected. If I remember right, it was a pretty good price.
Andy, you are probably talking about the guy from VA with the green 62 Falcon. It was a 665 alky injected with the solid C&C block. It had the C&C Boss 9 heads on it. The engine sold & Carroll Carter freshened it up. I think he said it made 1350 HP. Not to shabby..

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IS THIS GOING N A DoOR CAR?u might want to consider A441 heads, hemi of course,they work very well,and there out there used, and are a better choice for a 700 or small engine(they work on larger also),the b441s hemi work well with forced air,on little engines,or 640ci and larger,it would take to long to explain on here

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going to be used for mud raceing
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If you want to run the B441 head, plan on spending between $13K - $14K for the head castings, port work (from Kaase), titantium valves, spings, retainers, rockers, and valve covers. HRE gets $2900 for an intake or Hogan's gets $2400. But it's all top notch stuff. It'll make a lot of power. How fast do you want to go 8)

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yep your just about rigjht on the money cw plus another 3500 for carbs to feed it and 1500 plus for pistons to handle the power about a 21,000 dollar jump to gain hopefully 300 horse :shock: man ive got to be crazy or just stupid :roll: im not sure which brad
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yep your just about rigjht on the money cw plus another 3500 for carbs to feed it and 1500 plus for pistons to handle the power about a 21,000 dollar jump to gain hopefully 300 horse :shock: man ive got to be crazy or just stupid :roll: im not sure which brad
Brad, if it makes you feel any better, we are all crazy :lol: :lol:

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BOSS INTAKE

Here is a nice intake for std deck root style heads if anyone can use!

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