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460 PI heads and 351C complete

460 PI heads almost complete, one head is missing valves and springs but studs and guidedplates are still intact. $100. We will ship them but would prefer that you pick them up.

351C 4V out of 70 Torino. Motor comes complete intake to oil pan balancer to flywheel. Motor is fresh with 1500 miles on it. Edelbrock air gap intake ported to the heads. Lunati solid lifter camshaft .583 lift 278 dur. on 104 centerline. Cam sounds awesome through mufflers. $1500 complete, will not ship motor, come and get it!!!! Also have C6 converter that stalled 2500 behind the 351C above. $100 for the converter. If you have any questions just ask me here or PM me.

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can you tell me the casting # on the heads? thanks
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can you tell me the casting # on the heads? thanks
D2VE-AA, thanks Brian

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Those aren't PI heads if they have that catsing #... They shoould have D20E-AB if they're PI heads...



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Those aren't PI heads if they have that catsing #... They shoould have D20E-AB if they're PI heads...



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I guess I should never take the word of someone then. That's news to me, I honestly didn't know, so what are they then? A factory head with studs and guideplates?

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show pic's of chamber and intake ports
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pi heads

I concour with thunderchicken d2ve are open chamber heads not close to pi heads. pi heads have bigger ports and valves than the d2ve heads. Joe
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It would seem strange for someone to go to the trouble of putting studs and guideplates on the D2VE heads though. 8)

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It would seem strange for someone to go to the trouble of putting studs and guideplates on the D2VE heads though. 8)
Yes, but if you look at the guideplates, they are of the stepped variety, i.e. Comp, Manley etc... The P.I. guideplates are flat and are for a 5/16 pushrod... These look to be 3/8...



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I'll get some pics up tomorrow and maybe we can get to the bottom of this.

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Anybody want some boat anchors with guideplates and studs?

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would you sell stall seperate ?
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Dont feel bad i had 68 429 cobra jet heads on my 472 for years untill i joined the site and they set me straight.
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